On-Campus Interviews (OCI)

Employers may register to participate in on-campus interviews online through Texas A&M's Symplicity site. To do so, you must first have an active Symplicity account, which you can obtain by registering free of charge at Symplicity.

Once you receive your username and password, you can log in and use the "OCI" tab to choose OCI dates, enter hiring criteria, and request documents from students. You will also be able to view requested documents through the Symplicity system after students bid.

If your firm does not wish to participate in on-campus interviews, but you would still like to receive résumés from Texas A&M students, you can register for Résumé Collect. You simply need to indicate that you would like to participate in Resume Collect on Symplicity or return the employer registration form by mail, fax or email, and indicate the date by which you would like to receive résumés from our students.

Fall 2015 OCI begins Aug. 17 and ends Oct. 30.

For questions about Symplicity, or if you would like information on requesting an on-campus interview date for Fall 2015, please contact Katharine Adams at kadams@law.tamu.edu, or call 817-212-4050.

Texas A&M University School of Law Nondiscrimination Policy

Texas A&M University School of Law provides equal opportunity to all employees, students, applicants for employment or admission, and the public regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, genetic information or veteran status. Furthermore, we aspire to maintain a work and educational environment free from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. Texas A&M University School of Law will promptly investigate all complaints of discrimination, sexual harassment, and related retaliation in accordance with applicable federal and state laws. Employers who use campus facilities or post jobs on the law school job bank must comply with this notice of nondiscrimination. Students may file complaints against an employer who asks discriminatory questions in any program or activity sponsored or conducted at the law school.

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