Academic and Career Assistance Services for Students

The Academic and Career Advising Center (ACAC) is virtual and in-person. ACAC provides individualized and culturally responsible services and resources to all Humboldt students and alumni. We are here to help you succeed in your present goals and plan your future. Many students have assigned academic advisors but all can come in for questions about GE requirements, DARS review, and other topics related to academics. All students have a career advisor based on their major that can help with career exploration, developing your résumé, and applying to jobs, internships and graduate school. 

ACAC Website: - ACAC maintains a dynamic website with a wide variety of helpful resources, including major/career exploration, undeclared resources, jobs/internships, academic resources, Un/DACA information, identity-based resources, and graduate school resources for students.

Academic Advising Drop-In hours:

Peer advisors, as well as our professional staff, are available during drop-in hours for quick advice. 

  • Check out this page for the most up-to-date schedule and zoom
  • Basic DARS Review • Declaring a Major/Major Change • Adding a Minor •How to Use DARS Degree Planner 

Career Advising Resume/Cover Letter Drop-in hours: 

Please call 707-826-3341 or email to make an appointment. 

  • Job Search Basics • Quick Resume Review • Navigating Handshake • Cover Letter Review • Interview Tips


Search for campus jobs, internships, summer jobs, community service, work-study, etc. Register for workshops and special events. Visit to learn more and get registered.

Academic and Career Advisors:

Please call 707-826-3341 or email to make an appointment. Our helpful team of academic and career advisors can help you get the most out of your college experience with the following and much more during an individual appointment:

• Academic Planning & 4- Year Plans • Full-time Job Search • DARS Questions • Resumes & Cover Letters • Major Change Advising • GE Information • Internship Search • Federal Work Study • Mock Interview • Volunteer Opportunities • Career Assessment • Adding a Second Major • Graduate School Application • How to use DARS Degree Planner •Withdrawal or Transfer Information

Advisor Presentations:

Looking for professional development opportunities for your on-campus club or organization? Request a career advisor to give a group presentation on subjects like resume development and job search for your class, club, or student group:

Events and Skillshops:

• Career & Volunteer Expo – February


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