About our Space

About our Space

Texas Career Engagement is located on the second floor of the Flawn Academic Center (FAC) at The University of Texas at Austin.

Our space provides classrooms, interview rooms, open seating, a conference room, employer lounges, changing rooms and staff offices.

Interview Rooms
This newly renovated space features 30 interview rooms that seat three individuals each and four large interview rooms that can seat up to 10 individuals. Interview rooms are fully equipped and networked for virtual interviews and meetings.

These interview rooms can be reserved by employers for information sessions and interviews or utilized by students for virtual interviews. Students can request to use an interview room here. Each interview suite comes equipped with tables, chairs, whiteboards, markers and erasers.

Students also have access to the two student changing rooms in the space to prepare for interviews while on campus. Lockers are available for storing personal items as well.

Texas Career Engagement classroom space is used to host career-related events and student programming for undergraduate, graduate and post doc scholars. In the case of a larger event, the three classrooms can be converted into one larger event space. Classrooms have screens and cameras for hybrid meetings or presentations.

Common Area
As you reach the second floor of the FAC, you are welcomed into Texas Career Engagement’s common area. This space is shared with UT for Me — Powered by Dell Scholars, Student Success Initiatives, TIP Scholars, ULN and Liberal Arts Career Services. The lounge chairs and tables are available for students to stop by between classes to study, meet with TCE’s Longhorn Career Peers or just take a break.

Art in our Space

The art found on the second floor of the Flawn Academic Building (FAC) is a part of the Art Curatorial Internship. The art featured is created by student artists and curated by two UT Austin interns.

The Art Curatorial Internship is a collaboration between Texas Career Engagement, Student Success Initiatives, the College of Fine Arts Career Services and the Department of Art and Art History. The three-month internship was created in Spring 2022 to provide students interested in curatorial practices an on-campus experiential learning opportunity. Diane Campos and Mathew McIntyre were the first students to be selected and, together with the teams at TCE and SII, they spent the summer of 2022 curating a collection of art made by current or graduating undergraduate and graduate studio art students. The interns were also responsible for the placement and framing of the art and gathering biographical information for the labels from the student artists. The art will remain on display in the FAC for a period of two years.