The Academic Advising Center (AAC) is home to all undergraduate students, primarily serving first-year students in their transition.
The Academic Advising Center supports the University of Bridgeport’s mission in promoting academic excellence, personal responsibility and commitment to service. The AAC supports this mission by providing an open environment fostering self-exploration, self-awareness and self-evaluation, thus encouraging a sense of personal identity. Students are guided in developing an academic program consistent with their goals and natural strengths while exploring their interests, values, skills and abilities outside of the classroom. The AAC assists students in fostering the skills necessary to make informed decisions about their college career, professional prospects and personal development through one-on-one advisement, educational workshops, outreach and working collaboratively with both faculty and other campus resources.
Info on industries, occupations and job skills, as well as self-assessment quizzes. Sponsored by the U. S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Discover everything you want to know about an occupation, including education and training requirements, advancement opportunities, employment, salary, and ten-year job outlook. From the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
A CT Dept of Labor publication "created to provide the information needed to help learners, from youth to adults, make informed decisions about their career choice and preparation."
Find and learn about an occupation; and search for education, training, jobs, and employers. Also includes self-assessment tools such as the O*Net Interest Profiler. Sponsored by the CT Department of Labor.