When should you remove college activities from resume?
The short answer, then, is keep it for as long as your college experience is a value-add. Think carefully about what each accomplishment is attempting to demonstrate. Generally, after about two five years post-graduation, items from college will start to look silly.
Do I put expected graduation date on resume?
Your expected graduation date should be placed next to your degree or diploma, within the education section of your resume. When you’re still studying, this section should sit above your job experience.
How do I know my expected graduation date?
To find your graduation date, establish how many credits you need to graduate. Then, deduct how many you’ve already completed, and look at the average number of credits you’ve completed each semester. This will give you an idea of the number of semesters you likely have left until graduation.
What month do most colleges graduate?
Should I list college on my resume if I didn’t graduate?
If you only have a high school diploma, you can likely get by without having an education section. If you attended college but didn’t graduate, you can still list your education on your resume. List the name of your institution, along with a line clarifying “X years completed” or “X credit hours completed.”