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HTM Student Services (Marriott Hall, room 135):

When makeing an appointment in BoilerConnect you will be asked to select “virtual” or "In-person" as the meeting type.  Specific meeting instructions will be included in your email and text reminders.

In-person meetings are in Marriott 135. Virtual meetings are in Zoom. The personalized Zoom link will come in your notes and in your reminder.

Office hours: 8:00am to 12:00 and 1:00pm to 5:00pm. Monday - Friday. 

Make your appointment here BOILER CONNECT

Open registration July 26, 2022.


White Lodging-J.W. Marriott, Jr. School of Hospitality and Tourism Management Career Center:

Maria Poynter, Career Coordinator, Marriott Hall room 128 
Please email at or call (765) 494-4729 with any questions. 
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New course you might be interested in; it’s open to all CSR/HTM students and would fulfill elective credits:

HTM 39900 ~

Looking for unique opportunities where you can use your HTM and Consumer Science degree to fulfill a passion for helping others thrive and live their best life? If yes, add HTM 399, Management in Senior Living Communities, to your Fall schedule. Senior Living and Retirement Communities is a growing, dynamic hospitality and customer-focused industry that provide a wide variety of excellent career opportunities with significant advancement potential throughout the U.S. and globally. Career options include but are not limited to Executive Director (i.e., General Manager), Human Resources, Financial Management, Sales and Marketing, Community Relations, Foodservice Management, Events, Property Management, and much more!

 HTM 399, Management in Senior Living, Course Description

This course provides a comprehensive overview of the senior living industry. Essential topics include the industry’s evolution, current issues, and future trends; overview of operational and functional areas of retirement and senior living communities and comparison to other hospitality, health, and wellness organizations; and strategies for creating a culture of service excellence and wellbeing for residents and staff. Students will gain insights from guest speakers working in senior living and first-hand industry knowledge by shadowing professionals and interacting with residents in retirement and senior living communities.


Summer Financial Aid and Scholarships Available! 

Current scholarship opportunities information can be found at: 

Hospitality & Tourism Management, 900 W. State Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907, PH:(765) 494-4643, Fax: (765) 494-0327

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