- SAU’s Career Closet helps students look their best in professional settings
Students preparing for a big job interview will want to dress for success. That’s why a unique service offered by Southern Arkansas University, the Career Closet, is a good resource for those who might not have ready access to professional attire.
The SAU Career Closet, located in Blanchard Hall, Room 110, provides contemporary, interview-appropriate clothing for all students. Dr. Robin Sronce, dean of the David F. Rankin College of Business, emphasized that it is open to students in any of the University’s four academic colleges. Men’s and women’s clothing can be checked out free of charge for interviews, internships, presentations or employment. Each student is invited to select two outfits a year from new and nearly-new professional attire. Students can then keep the apparel at no cost.
It’s a good way for them to look their best in a formal setting without taking on the additional expense of shopping for new clothes. More than 30 students took advantage of the Career Closet last year. (more…)