AppointmentsPage address: http://www.mnsu.edu/cdc/students/appointments.html
Schedule an appointment
The CDC is open Monday-Friday, year round. 1 hour appointment times are available from 8:00am-3:00pm. Just have a quick question? Try QuickStop!
3 easy options to schedule:
1) Use online request form
- Login to your Mavjobs.com Account*
- Click on "Schedule an appointment" from shortcuts on the right
- Select an appointment date, time, topic, and click "Submit Request"
- You will receive an email that will confirm or decline your request
*Alumni may register here
2) Call 507-389-6061 to set up an in-person or telephone appointment
3) Stop in to Wigley Administration room 209 to select a date/time
STUDENTS AND ALUMNI TYPICALLY MAKE CAREER COUNSELING APPOINTMENTS FOR:
- Career Possibilities
- Choosing or Changing Major and/or Career Path
- Job Search
- Graduate School
- Resume/Cover Letter Review
- Practice Interview/Interview Prep
- Other Career-related Issues
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON INDIVIDUAL APPOINTMENTS:
- Arrive on time for your appointment. Students/alumni who arrive over 15 minutes late for an appointment may be asked to reschedule.
- If you need to cancel, 24 hour notice is requested.
- Work with your career counselor to set goals for your career development. Be prepared to spend time and effort to achieve your career development goals. Our assistance is most effective when you are committed to defining and achieving your career planning goals.
- The CDC will keep all of your personal information private. If you would like the CDC to share information with others, you must give permission. An exception to this privacy can be made due to health and/or safety considerations necessitating emergency disclosure of such information.
- The CDC is a member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and follows the Principles for Professional Practice for Career Services and Employment Professionals or upon request at the MSU Career Development Center. The CDC also complies with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act (MCSPA).
- CDC staff members are committed to treat all clients with respect, regardless of race, sex, color, creed, religion, age, national origin, disability, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, sexual orientation or membership or activity in a local commission as defined by law. CDC staff members demonstrate this respect and fair treatment by keeping appointments, by making every effort to notify you if a change in time is necessary, and by giving you their complete attention and avoiding interruptions during appointments.