Student Counseling Services offers a variety of services to assist you in working through career-related concerns.
The Student Counseling Services offers career counseling and assessment to help you begin setting career goals. Career counseling sessions are free and confidential. Whether choosing a major, exploring options, or addressing a problem related to career plans, career counseling can help. Career assessment can also help you expand your options, or confirm choices you are considering.
Call (309) 438-3655 to request an initial appointment.
Staff of the Student Counseling Services write a column about careers for the Illinois State student newspaper, The Daily Vidette. We hope you have the chance to read these articles when they are first published, but you can also read archives of our columns in our Career Self-Help section.
The Career Center at ISU offers FOCUS, self-guided career and education online planning tool designed to help you select major programs and career fields that are most compatible with your personal interests, skills, and goals. If you are unsure of what careers best suit you or what major to pursue, FOCUS will help you assess your personal attributes, make more informed career decisions, and create your career plan.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Dr. Kim Hays.