Recruiting Policies & Guidelines

Our highest priority is ensuring that both students and employers enjoy an equitable and successful recruiting environment. As such, we hold both parties, to the highest ethical standards. Behavior by any participant, employer or student, found to be illegal or not appropriate, will result in an immediate, temporary or permanent, ban from any or all of our services. Additionally, we reserve the right to refuse service for any egregious behavior as determined by the Career Development Center. These penalties, which include the removal of job postings, can be invoked at any time, with or without explanation. Questions regarding our policies and guidelines can be directed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and will be addressed in 2 to 3 business days.

Anti-Discrimination: In accordance with Daffodil International University policy, the Career Development Center does not discriminate against any students on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, age, national or ethnic origin, political beliefs, marital status, or handicap, in employment in its programs or activities. Therefore, the Career Development Center will make its facilities available only to recruiting organizations whose practices are consistent with this policy.

Job Offer Policies and Guidelines: Organizations are responsible for all representations and offers made to students by their recruiters. When making an employment offer, students should be notified in writing, including salary, location, benefits and starting date.
Students should be given sufficient time to make an informed decision regarding offers they receive. Listed below are the timeframe minimums which the Career Center expects employers to offer students:

Fall: 2 weeks from the receipt of the written offer
Spring: 3 weeks from the receipt of the written offer
Summer: 3 weeks from the receipt of the written offer

We advise that recruiters neither pressure students to accept offers in less time than indicated above, nor attach bonuses that “explode” if the offer is not immediately accepted.

Additionally, we discourage recruiters from pursuing students who have already accepted job offers from another organization. We also recommend employers respect the commitment students have for their academics as well as any previously scheduled interviews with other organizations.
Third Party Recruiters: Without written permission from the Director of Career Development Center, third party recruiters are not allowed to participate in any on-campus recruiting events.

Third party recruiters seeking to recruit at CDC through the Career Center may request to do so via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.