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Fall 2023

August 28, 2023Classes Begin On-Campus
September 4, 2023Labor Day
September 11, 2023First Day of Fall Recruiting
September 28, 2023Fall Career & Internship Fair
October 16-20, 2023Homecoming Week
October 23-28, 2023Mid-Semester Evaluations
November 9, 2023Graduate & Professional School Fair
November 22-26, 2023Thanksgiving Holiday
November 27, 2023Classes Resume
December 1, 2023Last Day of Fall Recruiting


The Hampton University Career Center is centralized and collaborates with campus constituents to design and deliver comprehensive career services that assist students and alumni in developing, evaluation and implementing career plans that lead to employment and lifelong personal development. The Center is the liaison between the students, alumni, corporations and government agencies.


The Career Center is where students come to prepare for meaningful and successful careers that will enhance their lives and global communities.


Mrs. Bessie Willis, Director

Ms. Devan Turner, Assistant Director/ Internship and Co-Op Coordinator

Mrs. Stacey Fletcher Morrison, Recruiter

Mrs. Shannon C. Fields, Employer Relations Coordinator

Ms. B. Susan Mervin, Administrative Assistant


The Hampton University Career Center is centralized and located on the first floor of the campus Multi-Purpose building. Office hours are from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. All activities of the office are established and function towards assisting students with developing meaningful career goals. The Career Center offers a wide range of programs and services for students, alumni and employers. These services include but are not limited to fall and spring career fairs, a Graduate and Professional School fair, employer sponsored information sessions and workshops, seminars, co-op/internship program, career counseling and career assessment tools and (Symplicity) PirateLink, a mobile app that is available to students and alumni 24/7. PirateLink offers students and alumni the opportunity to search for jobs and internships.

We encourage students to use the Career Center services and begin their professional development process during freshman year.  By the time they become seniors, students will have the skill sets and experience necessary to complete in the global marketplace. That is why so many Hampton University students are employed, in their fields upon graduation or, they go on to graduate school.