This article outlines the site settings admins can configure for the Events module. To navigate to the events site settings page, use the Settings tab to select “Site Settings” and choose “Events” under “Career Services Management”.


Career Center Contact Settings:

To assign a Career Center Contact, fill in their information under Career Center Contact for Events and select Save Changes.



Student Availability Settings:

This section allows you to enable or disable the Events module for a specific graduation class. Note that all grad classes are enabled by default, so this section simply offers a quick way to remove access to this module for a graduation class. To disable access: select a program and grad year, uncheck the “Can Access Events Page” setting, and select Save Changes. This will remove the “Events” option from the student’s left hand navigation panel.





Employer Event Type Availability Settings:

This section allows you to filter the types of events that Employers are able to host. When selecting the drop down menu to the right of this setting, you can allow or deny employers access to specific event types.

  • Example: If you don’t want employers to be able to host a Workshop type of event, you should uncheck the box and save the changes.




Employer Event Date Availability:

This section allows you to leave open or limit the dates that an employer can host an event. Note that you can filter the dates available to employers for each event type. If you do not select available dates for an event type, the employer will not be limited in their selection. 

  • Example: If your university wants to allow Company Presentation events to be held on Monday and Wednesday during the month of September; select the event type on the top right drop down menu and then select each Monday and Wednesday during that month.


Event Settings:



Do not allow Employers to view registrants before the registration deadline

By checking the box this setting allows you to disable the employers ability to view the students that have registered for an event before the registration deadline. 




Event Booking Settings:

This section allows you to limit the number of time-slot style events (example: Office Hours) that a student can reserve at any given time. Note that leaving the box blank means that students have no limit on the amount of time-slot style events they can register for. Here you can also put the hours for swap event slot expiration and set the hours after which the swap requests are canceled.