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A number of individuals make up the KU Community, and we all work together to help students succeed academically and beyond. The University Career Center is dedicated to assisting students throughout the career development process in face-to-face settings, through career development courses, by presenting in classes and student group meetings (Request a workshop now!), by speaking to parents, through career fairs and events, and by providing quality web resources. Please contact us for more information on how we can assist you: ucc@ku.edu/785-864-3624.

Students and Alumni

Career development and the job search process can be a fun and challenging experience. A number of resources are available to help you. In addition to some of the more common career development resources and processes, further resources exist to assist communities of individuals such as LGBT students, student veterans, alumni, and students with disabilities through this process.

Faculty/Staff Members and Parents

Faculty and staff members of the University of Kansas and parents often serve as allies for students. Specific resources are also available to help you further assist students and connect to resources and opportunities.

University Career Center
6th in the nation for its social media presence in 2013 —JobBrander.com
Winner of the 2013 Innovation Excellence Award in Research —National Association of Colleges and Employers
2009 National Chevron Award winner for excellence in career services —National Association of Colleges and Employers
2010 National Chevron Award finalist for excellence in career services —National Association of Colleges and Employers
Professional Clothing Closet won Service Program of the Year —2011-12 Jayhawk Choice Awards
More than 500 students enroll in career classes annually
Each year more than 7,500 jobs and 1,400 internships are posted in KU Career Connections
University Career Center hosts eight career fairs each year
More than 360 organizations attended University Career Center career fairs the past academic year
More than 10,000 students attended University Career Center workshops in 2012-13