After reviewing these FAQs, you can learn more by visiting our Center for Advising and Career Services.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Center for Advising and Career Services (CACS) has transitioned its full range of services remotely from personalized advising to career management courses, virtual workshops, employer recruiting sessions, and career fairs. Advising appointments (via Zoom or by phone) are available in Handshake. If you are in a different time zone and our availability is not convenient for you, simply notify your advisor and they will happily offer alternative times to meet.

If you are a TESOL or TFL student, your career advisor will be Dr. Kathi Bailey. You can make an appointment by contacting her at with some suggested dates/times. Be sure to note your time zone.

Yes, many of our students have been able to successfully transition their in-person internships to remote opportunities.

Earning your master’s credential, whether in person or remotely, will only open doors for you throughout the course of your career. No matter where you are on your career path, investing in your education will allow you to acquire the knowledge, skills, and abilities that employers are actively seeking and will help you achieve your career goals.