The workshops are an expansion of virtual mental health workshops the Counseling Center first launched last spring.
The program has transitioned to a hybrid format, with normal practices for drills and other activities changing due to coronavirus precautions.
Students were able to network with employers through a virtual platform, sometimes waiting up to 45 minutes for employers to become available.
Some needed additional training.
"It doesn't feel like I'm even in college right now.”
The business school saw the highest increase in summer class enrollment per class, according to a Diamondback analysis.
The show opens on May 7.
Virtual student group activities should continue into the future.
Student groups are opting for Zoom conferences, movie clubs and Instagram livestreams.
The university will announce a decision on fall classes by June 15.