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University Career Services

Division of Student Affairs

Welcome to Career Discovery at UCS!

Career Discovery at University Career Services is located in the ARC on the second floor of the D. P. Culp University Center. We will help you identify your occupational interests, abilities, and personal values using a self-assessment system named Focus 2. Simply visit Career Discovery, call 423-439-4450, or email  to set up an appointment or learn more. As always, let us know if you have any questions or concerns. 

We suggest ETSU Students begin their career planning & major selection with these three steps:

1. Complete Focus 2 
Focus 2 is a free career assessment that helps students learn about the majors and careers that match their interests, skills, values, and personality. If a student needs to choose a major, or learn more about what to do with their major, this is a great resource for them. 


2. Take 16 Personalities
16 Personalities is a free personality assessment that helps students learn more about themselves and who they are as individuals. This is a wonderful resource that helps students start to think about how they will use their degrees after graduation. 


3. Get Career Advisement 
(Schedule an appointment!)

Discover options, get valuable information, and review your findings with Career Discovery Staff. Through this process, students learn more about themselves and the opportunities available to them. 



To create an account, follow the link below and use the access code. If you've already created an account, use the link for returning users.Be sure to make an appointment to let us help you learn more about your results!  

New Users: 
CREATE ACCOUNT  (Access Code: bucs)

Returning Users:

16 Personalities 
To take this free personality assessment, use the link below. Be sure to make an appointment, and let us help you learn more about your results! 


"Which road do I take?" Alice asked the Cheshire cat. "Where are you going?" the cat replied. "I don't know," said Alice. "Then," said the cat, "it doesn't matter."

Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland

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