Appointment No-Show Policy

As UA enrollment increases, so does the request for personalized, one-on-one appointments with career counselors. When a student fails to attend a scheduled appointment, they have not only lost an opportunity for professional development themselves but have also made it so another student could not benefit from the opportunity. The Career Development Center's appointment no-show/cancellation policy exists to instill professionalism into all students.

First No-Show

After the first appointment no-show, a warning email will be send to the student. This email will reiterate the CDC Appointment No-Show Policy, emphasizing the consequences of a second no-show appointment.

Second No-Show

After the second appointment no-show, the student will be required to write an explanation letter to their career counselor about why they were not at their scheduled appointment. The student will receive an email regarding the explanation letter; the email will also reiterate the CDC Appointment No-Show Policy, emphasizing the consequences of a third no-show appointment.

Third No-Show

After the third appointment no-show, the student will not be permitted to schedule any appointment with the CDC or utilize Razorback Career Link for 4 months; s/he will also be asked to write an explanation letter to the CDC. The student will also receive an email reiterating the CDC Appointment No-Show Policy.

Note

- No-show definition: any appointment in which a student fails to attend or does not cancel within 24 hours of the appointment.
- No-shows will be reset/cleared on August 1st of each year. They will not be carried over year to year.