Dressing to Impress

A professional clothing closet on campus available at no cost to students and alumni!

Schedule an appointment on Handshake or walk-in is available in The Exchange M-F between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. to browse our inventory. If your need is not fulfilled, we do send referrals to Dress For Success Indianapolis.

Request an appointment on Handshake

Interview Business vs. Causal

It is important to note the differences and when to wear.

Regardless of virtual or in-person interviews. Make a note to dress professionally, business is the classic slacks and blazer while casual is slightly dressed down. The best suggestion is to wear business unless told otherwise by the interviewer. 

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Give to strengthen professional attire development for KNIGHTS!

Donate gently used, nearly-new professional attire during our business hours. With your support we can continue to provide a resource for students & alumni on campus, including:

  • Professional coats (In greatest need)
  • Dresses
  • Pants (sizes: 14 and up)
  • Shirts/blouses
  • Suits (slim fit options)
  • Blazers
  • Shoes (Men all | Women's sizes: 5-9)
  • Bags, padfolios
  • Belts, ties, and scarves

We do not accept:

  • Undergarments
  • Socks
  • Jewelry

Thank you to all our faculty, staff, alumni, and friends in the community for your generous support!

Professional Headshots

The Exchange offers free professional headshots, some examples in the video below, whether it is for LinkedIn profile or professional presentation. Schedule an appointment on Handshake

           

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