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Celebrate the Career Success Center’s grand re-opening

We're excited to announce the grand re-opening of the U Career Success Center. University of Utah students from all majors can now access expert career guidance for every stage of their career journey from exploration and resume-building to negotiating that first full-time job offer. We invite students, staff, and faculty to join us in celebrating this exciting milestone. We are proud to unveil our newly renovated space, which includes a large career closet, fully outfitted video interview studios, and more room for our expanded services.


Wednesday, October 25
9 a.m.–6 p.m.
GARFF Building, Suite 1300

The Festivities:

  • Tour our new office suite
  • Meet our team
  • Food and giveaways

See you there!

About our expanded no-cost student services:

Uniting the strengths of what was formerly known as the Career and Professional Development Center along with Business Career Services in the David Eccles School of Business, we have emerged as a new department committed to delivering career services unmatched by any other university in the nation. Our expanded resources now available to all students across campus regardless of major, at no cost, include:

  • one-on-one coaching
  • resume review
  • career studios for video interviews
  • professional clothing available to borrow
  • professional head shots
  • self-paced courses

We are extending our reach by embedding career coaches in diverse colleges across campus, amplifying our impact and accessibility. Currently, we are embedded in the College of Fine Arts, College of Humanities, College of Science, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, David Eccles School of Business, Departments of Political Science, Sociology, and Criminology, Department of Chemical Engineering and the School for Cultural and Social Transformation.

With these services in our new center, our aspiration is nothing short of catalyzing success for all. Join us in our journey toward creating a bright future.

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