Cancelling an Appointment
When you schedule an appointment with the Office of Career Services you are committing yourself as a professional. If you are unable to attend your scheduled appointment, you are required to cancel at least 24-hours’ in advance. Anything less than 24-hours’ notice – or no notice at all – is considered a “no-show” and the office no-show policy will be enforced.
If you fail to show up for a scheduled appointment, you will receive an e-mail of your missed appointment and a warning that your access to career services is in jeopardy.
If you fail to show up for a second scheduled appointment, you will receive an e-mail notification and will be required to apologize to the counselor in a well written, professional email explaining your absence. You must send this apology in order to schedule a 3rd appointment.
If you fail to show up for a third scheduled appointment, you will receive an e-mail notifying you that your access to Career Services has been suspended. You must schedule an appointment with the Director of Career Services and explain the reason for your no-shows to the satisfaction of the Director in order to regain your access.