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Information About Career Assessments

The University Career Center offers five assessments to assist students in understanding their strengths, interests, and personality further. Our hope is that that by taking these career assessments students learn new information about themselves that they otherwise might not have known and use it to their advantage during their career journey.

All of these assessments can be taken online and are free for TTU students & alumni. Career Center staff are happy to coordinate individual or group interpretations for your classes and/or student organizations.

To learn more about how students can take these assessments, you can contact the University Career Center at careercenter@ttu.edu or (806) 742-2210.


To take StrengthsQuest®, go to www.strengthsquest.ttu.edu. You will receive one complimentary code to take the StrengthsQuest® assessment.

This assessment is designed to help you understand your talents and invest in them to develop your strengths. This knowledge has the potential to help them strategically choose a successful career path, conquer job and internship interviews, and gain a better understanding of what they do best. 


This assessment is ideal for first-year and sophomore students who are interested in exploring majors and careers. It will help you develop an accurate picture of your personal strengths, needs, and preferences; create a sound career plan; and you with exact majors we have here at Texas Tech.

TypeFocus Personality Assessment

This assessment uses a personality, interest, and values assessment to identify potential occupations. Additionally, the success factors questionnaire allows you to learn more about yourself and how to prepare for success. You results will help you identify occupations that align with your personality preferences, set goals, and create a plan to achieve those goals.

These assessments are for the sole use of current TTU students, faculty, staff and alumni of Texas Tech University. Unauthorized use is prohibited as this site is protected by copyright of TypeFocus.

Strong Interest Inventory

This assessment requires a scheduled appointment to interpret your results with a UCC staff member.

This assessment is most commonly used and recommended for upper-level students and alumni who are interested in exploring occupations. It compares your pattern of responses to a pattern of responses of people in various occupations to help you identify how likely you are to find satisfaction in the work typically done in a given occupation.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

This assessment requires a scheduled appointment to interpret your results with a UCC staff member.

This assessment measures your personality preferences to help you understand your behavior and communication habits. By meeting with a UCC staff member, you can explore the implications of your personality preferences and communication habits on your job search and career choice.

Current students, log in to Raider Success Hub to schedule an appointment online.
Alumni, call our front desk (806-742-2210) to schedule your appointment. 

Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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The University Career Center encourages persons with disabilities to participate in our programs and activities. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation or have questions about accessibility, please call 806-742-2210 in advance of your participation or visit.

Are you starting a full-time job? Have you been accepted into graduate school? Are you still deciding? The University Career Center (UCC) wants to know your post-grad plans! Report your Outcome!