SSM 501–03: Eligibility for Registering and On-Campus Recruiting
To ensure the quality of services offered by Career Services and to limit the risk to Arizona State University students, alumni, and other users
To allow ASU students and alumni the opportunity to use Career Services for on-campus interviews with prospective employers
To establish guidelines for all employer recruiting activities permitted by Career Services
National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE)
Career Services adheres to the guidelines in this policy to ensure quality of services. NACE’s operational procedures serve as the basic guidelines for career services regarding on-campus recruiting. Furthermore, Career Services reserves the right to modify these terms and conditions at any time and may develop additional procedures for candidates and employers to ensure effective operation. All decisions regarding employer recruiting activities are made at the sole discretion of Career Services and Arizona State University.
Provided that eligible candidates adhere to applicable policies and procedures, they have the right to meet with representatives of education, business, industry, government, social service agencies, and all branches of the military.
For the purpose of arranging on-campus interviews with qualified individuals, Career Services provides facilities and services to legal and bona fide businesses, industries, and agencies offering degree- and career-related employment opportunities.
Candidates wishing to register with Career Services or participate in on-campus recruiting activities must:
Only those candidates who are registered with Career Services are eligible to participate in on-campus interviews. Special cases may be reviewed and accepted by a professional staff member.
A candidate who was a “no-show” for an interview is restricted from utilizing the online career management system until the candidate meets with a staff member who evaluates a request for reinstatement.
Career Services supports students’ prospective employment choices by allowing employers to participate in recruiting activities. These employer recruiting activities include, but are not limited to:
Established guidelines for all employer recruiting activities permitted by Career Services ensure the quality of services offered and limit the risk to Arizona State University students, alumni, and other users. To participate in employer recruiting activities, employers must meet the following basic terms:
Career Services will not permit employer recruiting activities if:
Additional practices that may lead to exclusion from employer recruitment activities at Arizona State University include, but are not limited to:
Participation in Career Fairs, Information Sessions/Tabling, and other On-Campus Activities
Career Services reserves the right to deny registration for a career fair or request to host an on-campus activity by an employer. If Career Services determines that the event or location is not aligned with the employer’s stated recruiting interests and/or the academic demographics of the students at that location, alternative options will be recommended.
Alcohol PolicyCareer Services adheres to the Arizona State University policy on Alcoholic Beverages. We also adhere to the guidelines set forth by NACE, that serving alcohol should not be part of the recruitment process. This includes but is not limited to on-campus events, receptions, dinners, company tours, etc.
Career Services staff will investigate complaints by users of our services that may involve employers, job postings, or work assignments. If the complaint is substantiated, Career Services reserves the right to reject that employer’s future recruiting requests.
Career Services schedules recruiting services for any school recruiting students through its facilities, provided that the program or programs generally require at least a bachelor’s degree for admission. The director may make exceptions.
For information on unlawful discrimination, see the Academic Affairs Policies and Procedures Manual—ACD 401, “Prohibition Against Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation.”