Student trying on suit and ties from coat closet

Career Closet

Closet Hours: M-F, 8:00-5:00

Location: Dr. Carolyn Taylor Center
Visit the Office of Student Affairs in the Dr. Carolyn Taylor Center, Suite 201 to be let in the closet.

Career Services offers a free program for students and alumni called the Career Closet. The Career Closet enables students and alumni to pick and choose from a variety of professional dress clothing styles for free. The closet will include both casual business attire as well as suits for men and women.

Students who wish to use the closet may be referred by an RSU faculty or staff member or make an appointment through the Student Affairs office. Students who use the attire have the option of keeping it or returning it after it has been cleaned.

Career Closet will be funded through donations of gently used, nearly-new professional clothing and monetary donations, which will be used for dry cleaning fees and replenishing the closet as needed.

For more information or to make a donation, contact Student Affairs.

Salary Calculator

Do you know your market value as an employment candidate?

Researching salary information is an important step in your career search process, as it allows you to gain an understanding of earning opportunities within your industry and prepares you to negotiate a salary offer. The NACE Salary Calculator will provide your individualized market value based on the region of the country, job function, industry and your level of education and experience. 

Workforce Oklahoma’s TODAY Program

For qualifying students, Workforce Oklahoma’s Training and Occupational Development for the Advancement of Youth (TODAY) Program helps students, ages 14-21, overcome barriers which may prohibit them from completing their education or getting a job.  Participation in the year-round TODAY program connects individuals with important people and resources to help them succeed.  Services are easy to use and are available at no cost to enrolled clients.

Are you:

  • Between the ages of 14 and 21
  • A member of a household with limited income
  • Meet one of the following qualifications
  • Experiencing difficulty in reading or math
  • School dropout
  • Foster child, homeless or runaway
  • Pregnant or parenting
  • Offender
  • Disability
  • In school
  • Out of school and unemployed
  • Need other assistance
  • US Citizen
  • Registered with Selective Service

Among the many services, the TODAY program provides free career coaching.  If you are interested in learning more about the program and qualifications, please contact one of the following:

Amanda Aunko, Youth Career Coach Lead
Tulsa Eastgate | 14002 E. 21st St., Suite 1030 | Tulsa, OK 74134
918-796-1226 | [email protected]

Damara Dison, Youth Career Coach
Tulsa Eastgate | 14002 E. 21st St., Suite 1030 | Tulsa, OK 74134
918-796-1246 | [email protected]