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Today's career paths are full of exciting challenges and new opportunities, so you'll need the skills to last a lifetime of job searches and career shifts.
We approach successful outcomes from a liberal arts perspective, empowering you to shape your own future.
Career development is a campuswide effort, with many faculty and staff professionals personally helping you find internships, apply to graduate schools or just understand your options.
Good career planning starts from the moment you first step foot on campus.
six-year graduation rate75%
of employers want graduates with related experience18,092
graduates in alumni network
Fellowships and scholarships provide outstanding opportunities to expand your horizons, broaden your knowledge and serve as a stepping stone to a successful career or an advanced degree.
Break Through events connect students to alumni who want to help students as they move toward graduation and beyond.
Apply for the SU Service Leaders Program! You'll serve a local community partner focused on youth in a four-year internship-based placement and receive $5,000 annually in return for your service.
The powers of the Career Development Center and Alumni, Parent and Donor Engagement offices combine to bring this annual event to campus. Each year a growing number of alumni come back to campus to meet with current students to talk about career prospects or just life after graduation. It's part networking, part advice and part panel presentations. Click to see what students and alumni have to say about this, or watch the keynote address from this past year.Learn More