KU Campus Resources
The University Career Center (UCC) offers a wide range of quality services designed to support and challenge students at all points on their career development and implementation path. They offer individualized career coaching services, career planning courses, job search prep resources, and specialized resources at no additional cost to students.
The School of Business provides individualized career advising to School of Business students.
The School of Engineering provides individualized career coaching to School of Engineering students.
The School of Journalism provides career planning assistance to School of Journalism students.
The Lawrence Workforce Center is a single point of entry to a network of employment, training, and educational programs and providers. They provide employment and re-employment services, classes and skill-building opportunities to assist in job placement, temporary assistance, and access to their internet job search tools.
Unemployment benefits may be available to eligible Kansas residents. Unemployment benefits typically are in the form of weekly payments made to eligible workers who become unemployed through no fault of their own, and meet other eligibility requirements.
Use this website to help you find information on unemployment benefits available in your state.