Spring Semester Hours

Nearly all of our services are available on a drop-in basis. No appointment is needed. Just stop by between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.  Students meet one-on-one with a trained Career Specialist to address their career concerns such as choosing a major, applying for jobs, writing a resume, preparing for an interview and more. Please visit us on the lower level of the Student Success Center.


Featured Resource: Career Outcomes Website

Mizzou recently launched a new website detailing the career outcomes of Mizzou graduates from the past two years. The results tell a story of student success: Nine out of ten Mizzou graduates have successful outcomes within 6 months of graduation. The survey also provides detailed data on employment, salary, graduate school attendance and geographic location. The site includes interactive graphs on the following data points:

Career Outcomes: what students are doing after graduation (employment, continuing education, military or volunteer service).
Top Employers: A list of employers that hire the most MU graduates into full-time positions.
Top Industries and an Industry Flowchart: Shows the career pathways of graduates from each School/College into various industry and career paths.
Top Institutions for Continuing Ed: Indicates the universities where students continue their education.
Geographic locale: The map shows the states and cities where our grads reside.

Nearly all of the data points listed above can be filtered by Class Year and School/College. If you have any questions about the outcomes data or website, please reach out to Amanda Nell in the MU Career Center.

Upcoming Events

Below are a few featured career events hosted across the MU campus. To view all career events, please login to the employment website, powered by Handshake. You may also access Handshake by clicking the event title below, clicking the “Log In” link at the top of the page, and entering your PawPrint and password.


  • Engineering-Do you know the difference between Curricular Practical Training

    Lafferre Hall, W1004, Columbia, Missouri, United States

    In this special presentation for international students, you will learn about work authorizations available to you before and after graduation. Chris Huh and Mo Whitley, student advisors at the MU International Center, will lead the session and answer your questions about the requirements and application process. Bring your questions, and join us on Tuesday, April 30, from 3 to 4 p.m. in W1004 Lafferre Hall. Academy members may receive 10 points for attending, but the presentation is open to all students in the College.

  • April



Career Fairs