Graduate Program

College Student Affairs

Date of Award

2015

Degree Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Science (MS)

Author's Department

Counseling and Student Development

First Advisor

Richard L. Roberts

Abstract

This quantitative study focused on the utilization of Career Center services and the correlation between utilization and three career decision-making difficulties, lack of readiness, lack of information, and intra and inter career conflict, and differences of utilization between academic colleges. The 50-item survey was administered to seniors graduating that academic year. The results indicated that seniors under-utilized Career Center services, and there was no significance found between their utilization and their career decision-making difficulties. Significance was found between academic colleges in their utilization of the Career Center. The findings suggest that seniors do not experience difficulties deciding on a career, do not utilize all the services available through the Career Center, and that utilization of the Career Center by colleges vary.

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