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Please see below on how to access our advising services at this time. Contact us at or (312)-996-3130 if you have any questions.

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Got a quick question or need a resume review? Come by during our drop-in advising (virtual or in person)! Please be aware that these will be short 10-15 minute sessions – an advisor may need to schedule a longer appointment if you have various questions to be answered.

***Virtual Drop-in hours for Thursday, February 29th will be modified to 1 PM-2 PM due to the Mastering the Balance of School, Work, and Life event.


Drop-In hours for Spring 2024 (Beginning January 16, 2024):

  • Tuesdays, in-person in the Student Employment Office (SSB 2100), 2PM – 4PM CST
  • Thursdays, virtual via Zoom, 1PM-3PM CST
    • Join the Zoom link below anytime. You will be entered into a waiting room and the advisor will let you in for a 1:1 session.
    • Where: Virtual Zoom Link
    • Meeting ID: 462 002 4241 Password: SEO2100! 

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Students can now schedule their own appointments for the Job Location, and Development program, resume review, and job search advice for part-time on/off campus positions with Student Employment staff directly on Handshake!  Simply visit and log into your account.  If you haven’t used Handshake before, you can log in to claim your account using your University credentials.

  1. You can follow this link to schedule your appointment:
  2. Choose “Student Employment”.
  3. Choose appointment type:
  • Student Employment: Job Location and Development Program
  • Student Employment: On-Campus Student Employment Advising
  • Student Employment: Resume Review

After that, you’ll receive an email confirmation with further information/location for the session.  If you would like a resume or cover letter review, just have those materials ready for the session.  For other topics, it would be helpful to come with a list of questions or issues you’d like to discuss with the advisor.