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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Career/Transfer Center Reduced Hours

Important information relating to the Career/Transfer Center hours of operation – the following was sent by Vice President of Student Services, Peter White.

Due to continued severe understaffing (two of the three contract positions remain vacant and unfunded), the Transfer/Career Center will be closed during the months of May and June. In July, August, and continuing into the fall, the Center will be open for services Mondays and Wednesdays only, from 7:30 am to 6:00 pm. A reduced calendar of university advisor visits, classroom visits, and workshops will be made available on the two days each week that the Center is open. Students who need information on transfer and/or careers on the days the Center is closed should go to the Counseling office, where a limited range of services will be available.




2 comments:

  1. The chosen career can be satisfying if the choice made is the right one.

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    1. Thanks for this comment. You are absolutely right that the career choice needs to be the right one. This often takes a lot of time and effort to find.

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