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Career Closet

Thank you to everyone who generously donated business attire to the new Career Closet! With the help of Tech administrators, faculty, staff, students, and community members, we have collected over 25 suits as well as various jackets, slacks, shirts, skirts, ties, and accessories.

The Career Closet is open for business! Students, check it out the next time you are in need of professional attire. 

The Career Closet is located in the Student Affairs Resource Room on the second floor of the Fidel Center.


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Former Regent Steve Torres Passes Away

Former Regent Steve Torres Passes Away

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Longtime NMT Supporter Bill Macey Passes Away

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Minschwaner Selected For Endowed Chair In Physics

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