The Center for Advising and Career Exploration (CACE) provides academic advising services to all first-time full-time students during their first semester, and a variety of career counseling services to all students and alumni of the University.
All full-time, first-semester freshmen will meet with their CACE advisor to plan their second-semester schedule. Students who have declared an academic major will be transitioned to their academic department at the start of their second semester. Continuing students who have not declared a major will remain with CACE for continued advising.
Graduating students are provided assistance with making the transition to employment through a program which includes workshops on resume writing, interviewing techniques, job search strategies and information on employment. Recruiters from major area corporations, government agencies, and school systems visit the campus as a part of the year-long, on-campus recruiting program.
CACE coordinates the Cooperative Education program, as well as listings of various Internship Opportunities.
In addition, CACE maintains a listing of full-time and part-time job opportunities.
The Center for Advising and Career Exploration provides academic advising and career exploration opportunities that engage students and assist in the development and implementation of their educational plan and career goals.