On-Campus Recruitment

The IWU Career Center makes its recruiting services available to all currently enrolled students and alumni of the university. The Career Center will monitor the recruitment program to ensure that unfair and discriminatory practices do not occur. Please note that the Career Center uses eRecruiting to manage the recruiting program. We expect participants in the program to follow the procedures outlined below.

  1. Register with the Career Center using the Titan CareerLink system. Your profile should be completed in its entirety. In addition to your profile, you will upload recruitment documents (e.g. resume, cover letter) to use as part of the recruitment process.
  2. Request that the Registrar's Office send the Career Center an unofficial copy of your academic transcript to provide to employers requesting this document. A request card is available at both the Career Center and Registrar's Office. Please note that a current copy should be requested at the completion of each semester if you plan to participate in campus interviews during that term.
  3. View the "On-Campus Recruitment Preview" seminar online. This seminar is strongly recommended and is offered at the beginning of each recruiting season.
  4. Review the calendar in Titan CareerLink (eRecruiting) to remain up to date on the organizations interviewing on campus and to obtain deadline dates.
  5. Research the recruiter via organization website, and other sources and information. (Ex: Career Center library, Online Resources, Ames Library, etc.)
  6. Apply for campus interviews through your Titan CareerLink account. For assistance contact the Hart Career Center at (309) 556-3071.
  7. Adhere to your interview schedule. Arrive approximately 10-15 minutes early to check-in for your appointment and to receive any additional instructions. Interviews take place at the Career Center. If you must cancel an on-campus interview appointment, you must do so by using the Titan CareerLink system at least two business days prior to the scheduled visit. Failure to show up for a scheduled interview will result in your losing any further on-campus interviewing privileges.
  8. Notify the Career Center after you have accepted an offer of employment or admission to a graduate/professional school. In accordance with the National Association for Colleges and Employers' Principles for Professional Conduct, the Career Center considers the practice of continuing to interview after accepting an offer or reneging on an accepted offer unethical.