SAN ANTONIO - UTSA is looking to put young, job seekers at ease with some help in the wardrobe department.
The university has opened the "career closet" with help from the school's parents fund.
Counselors purchased $2,000 worth of suits for both men and women.
Career counselor Barbara Jackson says students can rent a suit for two weeks when they have an interview.
"It's so important to project a professional image that we felt like this was something we needed to help our students out with," Jackson said.
The UTSA career center plans to solicit donations to buy even more interview suits.