There are two Career Centers at UConn: the Business Undergrad Career Development Office and the Center for Career Development

Why are there two career centers at UConn?

The Center for Career Development (CCD) serves the entire UConn student population and has many outstanding resources that are available to all students.  The CCD office supports all majors across campus.

The Undergraduate Business Career Development Office (UCDO) specializes in all business majors.  As we work specifically with all of our majors,  we provide our students with business insight that can provide that extra level of knowledge within the fields.  Students who are connected to the School of Business through a minor, clubs and organizations are also welcome to visit our center. The Business Career Development offices have two locations - in Storrs and in Stamford. Our Business Career team also meets with students on the Hartford and Waterbury campuses by appointment.

Career Development is a very personal process – first and foremost we invite students to meet with a member of our team to discuss their career goals. We are here to help you with every step of your career development process.


Meet with a member of the Business Career Development Team

Undergraduate Career Development Office
Storrs - School of Business, Suite 248
2100 Hillside Road, Storrs

+1 (860) 486-5136

Stamford Campus Students - Meet Judy Stewart on the Third Floor Office 3100 M-F
Hartford Campus Students - Meet with Sue Landolina by scheduling an appointment for the Hartford campus or through a SKYPE meeting
Waterbury Campus Students- Meet with Mik Matwiejczuk by scheduling an appointment for the Waterbury campus or through a SKYPE meeting

Spring 2019 Open Office Hours in Storrs

Tues: 1pm -3pm
Wednesday: 11am - 1pm
Friday: 1pm - 3pm

Wednesday: LinkedIn Photos can be scheduled between 2:30pm - 4pm
Thursday: Resume Lab - No appointment required: 12-1pm

Additional Options for Increasing Career Development Success

There are a number of resources available to you in the School of Business and at the Center for Career Development. Be sure to utilize these opportunities to help further your career development. Below are are few places to get you started. Don't forget to attend on-site Employer Events and Career Fairs, and we recommend that students join at least one business organization.  The Diversity Initiatives Office is open to all to students, and is a great resource for scholarships, leadership and professional development.


Center for Career Development


Office of Undergraduate Advising


Office of Diversity and Inclusion