It is expected that any student who schedules an interview with
a company will honor that scheduled appointment.
If a circumstance does arise that will prevent you from
attending a scheduled interview, you should remove your name from
the schedule before the sign up deadline has passed.
If you must cancel a scheduled interview after the 'sign up'
deadline has passed, you must call the University Career Services. At that
time, you must send a letter of apology to the employer with a copy
to the University Career Services. After two such cancellations,
you will be suspended from the program.
Failure to appear for a scheduled
interview will result in a suspension from the program.
In order to be reinstated into the program, you must make an
appointment with the University Career
Services and bring with you, a letter of apology to the
employer you were scheduled to interview with indicating the reason
for your missed interview.
If you should have a second no show, you will be permanently
removed from the program.
Unexcused absences and last minute cancellations do not enhance
your image with potential employers, neither do they reflect a
positive image of St. John's University and the Campus Recruiting
Program. Your actions can jeopardize the entire recruiting program
for future students. Thus, a strict policy regarding "no shows" and
"cancellations" will be enforced for the protection of the students
of St. John's University.