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SWOSU Career Closet offers outfits for free

Updated: May 2

By Tayler Smith


The SWOSU Career Closet offers a variety of clothes for students who need an outfit for a job interview or a presentation. The clothes are free, and once a student has selected an outfit; it is his or hers to keep. 


The purpose of this service is to supply students with clothes they might not have and to ensure that they look professional for their interview.


Heather Hummel, Career Services coordinator at SWOSU, oversees the Career Closet in Oklahoma Hall. It is just one of the many career services that SWOSU has to offer.


Career Services Coordinator Heather Hummel

When talking about the Career Closet Hummel says that students should “choose clothes that make you feel like you’re the boss.”


Hummel further states the importance of “Dress for the job you want, not the job you have.” Stretching the importance of how vital it is to have the appropriate attire for an interview. 


For more information about the SWOSU Career Closet, contact Hummel at 580-774-3233 or at heather.hummel@swosu.edu. Her office is in the Gen. Thomas P. Stafford Center, Room 209; the closet is in Oklahoma Hall, Room 107. However, Hummel must be contacted for admission.

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