Self Assessments

Self-assessment is a process by which you learn more about yourself -- what you like, what you don't like, and how you tend to react to certain situations. Knowing these things can help you determine what occupations might fit you better than others and what kind of work situation might work better for you.

Use a computer to self-assess careers compatible with your interests, values, skills, and experiences:

  • FOCUS2 - a self-paced, online career guidance tool used to assist you in self-assessment and career exploration. Users of FOCUS learn to make more realistic decisions about their goals and plans, how to self-manage their careers and the importance of adaptability in these times of change.

>> Click to access FOCUS2 if you are currently enrolled.

University College offers this additional resource:

  • Strong Interest Inventory - The Strong Interest Inventory (SII) is used by more than 70% of U.S. colleges and universities and is the world's most widely respected and frequently used tools for education and career planning. It is easy to complete and is backed by unparalleled reliability and validity. The SII personalized report is designed specifically for college students and suggest majors, careers, student groups and classes that are a good match for your areas of interests, preferences and personal style. Contact the Assessment Center,, to find out how to take the SII. An appointment with a Major/Career Coach is required to receive your SII report.