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Advising for students by Career and Professional Development

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Advising appointments

Offered fall, spring, and summer.
Scheduled for 30 or 60 minutes.
Offered both virtually and in person.
For a wide array of career-related topics.

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Offered fall and spring.
Scheduled for 15 minutes.
Offered both virtually and in person.
For resume reviews, class assignments.

Advising is for:

  • Career and Professional Development (CPD) provides career-related advising to Virginia Tech undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Is advising open to alumni? Go to information for alumni.

Multiple modes and safety

  • Advising will be offered both virtually and in person starting fall 2021.
  • Do not come to Smith Career Center if you have any cold symptoms or are not feeling well. If you have scheduled an in-person appointment and are not feeling well or have cold symptoms, please call us and change your appointment to virtual, or reschedule.
  • The Virginia Tech Ready site provides information about health and safety for the university community, including mask requirments. 

Not sure if you need advising?

If you have a brief question and are not sure if you need advising, call or email us and we'll guide you.

Quick help

Career Q&A Today are quick videos by our CPD advisors that might answer a question you have.

More resources


Advising by majors & colleges

Pre-professional advising

What CPD can't do

CPD is not authorized to advise on academic course requirements. Please take advantage of university resources provided for your academic advising needs: