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Interview "No Show" Policy: University Career Center

Policy
Purpose: 

To describe the expectations for students participating in on-campus interviews

Applies to: 

All students participating in on-campus interviews through the University Career Center

Campus: 
Lawrence
Edwards
Policy Statement: 

Students are expected to accept or formally decline interview opportunities when they are invited to interview. In addition, students are expected to show up for interviews they have chosen to accept. If a student fails to show up for a scheduled interview or fails to respond to an invitation, the student's interview privileges will be suspended. To request reinstatement, a student must meet with the Associate Director-Career Networks.

Exclusions or Special Circumstances: 

Students participating in interviews conducted through other KU career services offices should contact the sponsoring office for information about that career services office’s policy.

Consequences: 

Suspension of interviewing privileges

Contact: 

David Gaston, Director, University Career Center

University of Kansas

1601 Irving Hill Rd., Room 110

Lawrence, KS 66045

785-864-7675

adgaston@ku.edu

Approved by: 
Director of the University Career Center
Approved on: 
Thursday, September 14, 2006
Effective on: 
Thursday, September 14, 2006
Review Cycle: 
Annual (As Needed)
Definitions: 

KU Career Connections is an Internet-based program through which University of Kansas students can post their resumes, view job announcements, and sign up for on-campus interviews.

Keywords: 
On-campus Interviewing, KU Career Connections
Review, Approval & Change History: 

07/12/2016: Updated to remove gendered pronouns.

04/07/2008: Approved by David Gaston; reviewed policy.

07/06/2009: Approved by David Gaston; annual review

Student Life Categories: 
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