Career Services offers job postings, an Annual Career Fair and networking opportunities throughout the academic year to increase your brand and recruit top talent. The third week in February is our Business Exploration Week. The third week in March is our Health and Education Exploration Week and April is our Arts and Science Exploration Week. Our Annual Career Fair is held in the fall each year. There are also numerous opportunities inside and outside of the classroom for students to meet and hear from U of O alumni who are successful in a wide variety of careers. In addition, the University hosts business, industry and government leaders in an assortment of events and programs throughout the year.
If you would like to participate in any of these events, please contact Ruth Walton, Director of Career Services.
If you’re an Ozarks alum who resides here in Johnson County, you can get a free photo ID/library card from the Ozarks Department of Public Safety. This card entitles you to borrow materials that are physically housed in Robson Library.
Even if you don’t live here Johnson County, the library staff still welcomes you to drop by next time you’re on campus — you’ll be delighted to see how the library has grown and changed since you were a student here!
In addition to the physical collection housed in Robson Library, University of the Ozarks students, faculty, staff and alumni have access to a number of additional resources stored in digital format.
EBSCO Discovery Service – Alumni
The link above includes access to the Business Source Alumni Edition and the Academic Search Alumni Edition databases.
If you are prompted for a user ID and password, use the information below.
WHAT OUR STUDENTS DO
University of the Ozarks awarded 87 bachelor’s degrees to graduating seniors during its 183rd Commencement ceremony, held May 13, on the campus mall.
The Jones Learning Center (JLC) honored its outstanding student tutors for the 2016-17 academic year during a special ceremony on May 3.