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We view you as a customer and are dedicated to ensuring that your experience with the Career Services Office is as easy and seamless as possible. If at any point you are unsure of how to do something, a system is cumbersome to use or seems not to be working, or you simply would like to have us make a change or a posting on your behalf, please do not hesitate to email or call.

Also, if you have a unique need, a posting that needs to be handled in a special manner or are not sure how to make sure your posting and search produces the right candidate, call us. We do not believe that one size fits all, and are ready to assist you in any way we can when you need just does not fit in the usual framework.

Contact the Career Services Office

Arturo Thompson, Assistant Dean
arturot@ku.edu | 785-864-9257

Leah Terranova, Director
leaht@ku.edu | 785-864-4357

Meredith Wiggins, Career Counselor
meredith.wiggins@ku.edu | 785-864-4377

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