General posting policies for employers in the College Central Network are listed below. Please consult directly with the Office of Undergraduate Career Preparation if you have further questions.
Employer Account Requests
Basic Requirements include:
- An email address associated with your employer/organization website domain (no Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, etc). Individual contact names and email addresses should match whenever appropriate.
- A functioning website that clearly relates to your employer/organization and contains helpful information about your company for the potential applicant; website should not be in a pre-launch/beta phase nor contain "coming soon" language. Social media websites (Facebook pages, blogs, Twitter feeds, etc.) should not take the place of a company website.
-An employer/organization address that is easily identifiable as a place of business. Addresses should not be a contact's personal residence.
Very limited exceptions apply to these three basic requirements.
Position Posting Requests
The following types of positions are not accepted for posting in the College Central Network:
- Unpaid, stipend, or commission/quota-based campus marketing internships or part-time positions
- Application processes that ask students to use their social media profiles or release information associated with their social media profiles (i.e. number of followers/friends)
- In-home/private/independent childcare, nanny, or tutoring
- 1099 independent contractor positions, other than those for full-time degreed employment
- Positions whose payment structure is commission-only (does not apply to full-time career employment)
- Positions or programs that charge a fee for participation
- Employment outside the United States posted by a third-party
Very limited exceptions apply to these position types. Positions may be denied for additional reasons deemed appropriate by Ole Miss Business School staff.
Unpaid Internship Postings
While unpaid internships are accepted in the College Central Network, we encourage you to review the items below with your human resources department and legal counsel to determine whether or not your internship is in compliance with federal law. If the Ole Miss Business School approves an unpaid position posting, this action is not an indication that you are in legal compliance.
- Fair Labor Standards Act
- Department of Labor, Wage and Hour Division's Fact Sheet #71: Internship Programs Under The Fair Labor Standards Act
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) protects the privacy of student education records which includes, but not limited to, the student’s transcripts, GPA, grades, social security number, and academic evaluations.
FERPA prohibits the disclosure of a student’s “protected information” to a third party without the student’s consent. This disclosure is prohibited whether it is made by hand delivery, verbally, fax, mail, or electronic transmission. With respect to third parties, even if the initial disclosure of protected information is permissible, FERPA limits the subsequent disclosure of the information by the third party. For purposes of FERPA, at third party includes any individual or organization other than the student or student’s parent(s).
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About Our Services
Our online Employer Services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
You must register your organization with our office prior to accessing these services. Once your registration is reviewed, if it is approved you will receive an email which includes a link to activate your account.
If approved, depending on your access level, you will be able to use some or all of the services listed below:
- Job Posting
Post jobs targeted to University of Mississippi School of Business Administration students, alumni.
- Résumé Search
Search résumés of our students, alumni.
- Portfolio Search
Search career portfolios that have been prepared by our students, alumni.
- On-Campus Interviewing
In addition to posting on our Job Board, you may also post positions that involve on-campus interviews. An interview date will be scheduled after we review and approve your posting. You may then log in to check submissions, candidate status and schedules. On-campus interviews occur during specific times of the year. If you do not know our recruiting schedule, please contact us before posting your job.