Auburn University Career Center

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Campus Career Closet

The Auburn University Career Center in conjunction with Auburn Cares and SGA is excited to introduce the Campus Career Closet which provides students access to FREE professional attire appropriate for career fairs, interviews, networking events, and the workplace. Inventory includes suits, blazers, skirts, button-down shirts, and more. Our goal is to help students look their best throughout their job search so they can make a positive impression as they enter the professional world!

How it Works

The Campus Career Closet is located in the Career Center on the 3rd floor of Mary Martin Hall. For information on an accessible location, please call 334-844-4744. Students wishing to visit the Campus Career Closet should make an appointment online via Handshake (see Appointments option in the Career Center drop down at top of page).


Students may take up to 4 individual apparel items OR 1 suit per academic year.

Please note that the Campus Career Closet cannot guarantee availability of all sizes and types of items.

Dress for Success

See the Auburn University Career Center Job Search Guide for help in determining what is appropriate attire for business professional settings.

Donations Accepted Anytime

Appropriate items include professional/interview attire such as:

  • business suits (traditional colors)
  • dress shirts
  • blouses
  • professional slacks and/or skirts
  • ties
  • professional shoes
  • portfolios
  • professional bags/purses
  • accessories

All donation items must be cleaned appropriately and free of any holes or stains. Items with any damage, without sizes clearly labeled, or outdated will not be accepted.


Donations can be dropped off in the AU Career Center, 303 Martin Hall

Thank You to Our Partners

  • The Auburn Cares office played an intrical part in the creation, implementation, and promotion of the Campus Career Closet, as well as the procurement of materials for closet set-up.
  • Special thanks to the Veteran’s Resource Center for their partnership in this initiative and housing an accessible satellite location.
  • Thanks to the Division of Student Affairs Student Media in the creation of a wonderful logo.
  • Thank you to Student Government Association for assistance with volunteers in organizing the closet.
  • Thanks to the College of Liberal Arts for the supplying initial clothing through their independent drive in spring.
  • A big thank you to Belk for donating clothing racks and hangers and Ann Taylor Loft for donating a mannequin and gift card to aid in the launch of the Campus Career Closet.