While we evaluate employers as much as possible to ensure they are legitimate and do not exploit our students when employing them, we do not always agree with the mission, vision, values, and/or practices of employers that recruit on our campus. When students and graduates report specific instances of behavior, situations, and/or practices that seem contrary to our mission and/or TXST values, we will listen to that person’s perspective, and when appropriate, address those concerns directly with an employer representative. If we determine an employer is acting contrarily to our guiding mission and principles, we may take action which could include barring a specific representative from our campus and/or barring an entire organization from engaging in Career Services events and programs.
TXST students’ values, interests, and perspectives are as varied as those of our employers. While our values direct our work, we believe it is important to welcome all employers that meet our standards and policies to recruit on our campus.
The University reserves the right to withhold approval to recruit on campus from any businesses, or organizations whose stated aim and objectives are deemed by the University to contradict this philosophy or the mission of the institution. These factors could include:
- Misrepresentation by dishonest information or absence of information
- Complaints by students, alumni, faculty and/or staff
- Harassment of TXST students, alumni, and/or staff
- Breach of confidentiality