Counseling and advising services assist current and prospective students in establishing their educational goals and identifying support services to help students meet those goals.  Whether the goal is to take one course, earn a certificate or degree, or transfer to a four-year college or university, counselors are available to assist in the following areas:


Educational Counseling

  • Individual educational planning
  • Selection of a major
  • Transfer information using current articulation agreements with a number of colleges and universities
  • Degree and certificate requirements
  • Time management strategies
  • Referral to academic support services


Career Counseling

  • Assessment of interests, values and skills
  • Exploration of career goals based on personal assessment
  • Development of career plans
  • Career/Life Planning courses


Personal Counseling

  • Self-awareness
  • Interpersonal communication
  • Counseling for educational related personal issues
  • Referral to on-campus and off-campus resources
  • Decision-making strategies


The counseling relationship between a student and a counselor is confidential. (Counselors act as catalysts to help students define their own questions, explore their own alternatives and ultimately find their own answers).


Hours of operation are subject to change, especially during peak times and academic breaks.  Please call to verify hours the Counseling Office is open.  Appointments may be made up to two weeks in advance during non-peak times in person or by phone.  Counseling is available on a walk-in basis only during peak registration times.


Location: CCR-201

Telephone:  909.389.3366