Services for Alumni
UIC College of Engineering Alumni may visit with advisors in the Engineering Career Center up to 3 years after graduation. College of Engineering Alumni have access to attend select UIC-sponsored career fairs and events, unless otherwise noted on the event description. College of Engineering Alumni also have unlimited access to the resources found on this website.
Additional questions? Contact our staff.
Services Available to Engineering Alumni Heading link
|Service/Resource||Link||Alumni Access Level|
|UIC Engineering Career Center Appointments||Schedule an Appointment||College of Engineering Alumni may schedule advising appointments up to 3 years after graduation.|
|UIC Engineering Career Fairs||Engineering Career Fair||Alumni have access to attend select UIC-sponsored career fairs, unless otherwise noted in the event description.|
|Handshake (UIC's job board)||uic.joinhandshake.com||Lifetime access to Handshake is provided. Contact a member of our staff if you need help setting up or re-activating your account.|
|Mentor Current UIC Engineering Students||UIC Connected mentoring platform||College of Engineering Alumni may sign up to mentor current UIC Engineering students. Alumni must adhere to UIC's guidelines regarding mentor relationships.|
|Join UIC Engineering Alumni||Engineering Alumni||Learn about ways to stay engaged with UIC such as volunteering, mentoring, and donating to the College of Engineering.|
Additional Resources for Alumni Heading link
- National Career Development Association’s career counselor directory – Identify one-on-one professional career advising assistance in your area.
- UIC Office of Applied Psychological Services (OAPS)* – Obtain professional assistance with stress, anxiety or depression. Fees are on a sliding scale.
*This mental health clinic is part of the Psychology Department at UIC. OAPS serves the UIC community, including faculty, staff, and students, as well as those living or working in the greater Chicago area. OAPS offers therapy for adults, children, families, and couples – helping individuals make changes that will improve their relationships and personal functioning, and enhance their ability to deal with various life stressors, including career transition.