Once the diagnoses were made, the University’s COVID-19 Student Affairs Response Team activated protocols that outline student care while also protecting the health of the campus community.
Businesses that are interested in recruiting UL Lafayette graduates and students for full-time, part-time, internship or co-op positions should make plans now to participate in the Fall 2005 Career Days sponsored by UL Lafayette Career Services.
“ Kick Off Your Career” at Career Days is the theme of this two-day event scheduled for Sept. 13 and 14 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Union Ballroom on campus.
The first day has been designated as Computer Science, Engineering and Technical Career Day and the second will be for Business, Government and Non-technical jobs.
This campus-wide event is designed to give UL Lafayette students and alumni an opportunity to explore career options with representatives from business, industry and government.
Contact Career Services at (337) 482-1444 to reserve booth space or obtain more information. Registration deadline is August 19 to reserve space. Additional information regarding Career Services can be found at www.careerservices.louisiana.edu.