The interview is your opportunity to learn more about the position, the school, and the department you are considering. You’re not just looking for the school that will have you, you’re looking for a good fit; a program that fits your philosophy and will meet your needs as a professional.
Potential Interview Questions
This list contains potential questions that you may be asked during a professional student affairs interview.
Questions to Ask
Most interviews will provide you with an opportunity to ask questions during the interview. If you do not have any questions, it may look as if you don’t care, haven’t prepared, or are not discriminate in your job search. Before heading into an interview, write down a list of things you would honestly want to know about a school or job.
You cannot be asked any question during an interview that relates to your race, color, religion, age, gender, national origin, or disability. In some states, inquiries about a candidate’s sexual orientation are illegal. This is a sample list of questions you should not be asked.
This list contains some tips for your interview, including phone and on campus interviews.