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Interview Cancellation and No Show Policy
Graduating students are not limited in the number of positions to which they may apply. Students are not obligated to sign up for all interviews for which an invitation is received; however, once a student signs up for an interview, she/he is expected to attend each interview appointment scheduled; cancellations are only acceptable in a few limited special situations or circumstances.
In the event of an emergency or if a student is unable to attend an interview, the student must notify the Steinbright Career Development Center, Manager of Career Services, at 215-895-2185 about on-campus interviews or contact the employer directly about off-campus interviews.
Late Arrivals to Interviews
If a student arrives late for an interview, it is up to the discretion of the employer as to whether or not the interview will be conducted.
A “late cancellation” is defined as any interview that is cancelled less than 2 business days (Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm) before the scheduled appointment. Cancellations are only acceptable in certain situations (e.g., emergencies, if you have just accepted another job offer). Students who cancel interviews without proper notice are at risk of losing campus recruiting privileges.
In the event of a late cancellation, a student must submit a letter/email of apology to the employer no later than 2 business days after the cancelled interview; a copy of the letter/email must also be sent to the Manager of Career Services. Attending a second-round interview will not be considered a valid reason to cancel a previously scheduled first-round interview.
No Show Policy
A “no show” is defined as a scheduled interview appointment that a student fails to attend without any prior notice. No-shows are only acceptable in emergency situations. A student who neglects to attend a scheduled interview is at risk of losing his/her campus recruiting privileges.
In the event of a no-show, a student will be required to write a letter/email of apology to the employer no later than 2 business days after the scheduled interview, detailing the reasons for the missed interview; a copy must also be submitted to the Manager of Career Services. A determination will be made by the Manager of Career Services as to whether the student may continue to participate in the program based upon the individual circumstance.
If the no-show was the result of an emergency situation, a student is asked to still contact the Manager of Career Services to notify the office of the circumstances of the missed interview.