Personal and academic counseling. Counselors provide students the opportunity to explore concerns that may affect their academic progress. Counseling services are confidential and free to all students. Services include short-term personal counseling, academic skill building and career exploration. When necessary, counselors will make referrals to on- and off-campus resources.Counseling staff also provide information and guidance to students who wish to transfer to four-year colleges or universities.
Career counseling. Counselors assist students with career exploration tasks such as deciding on a major, researching career options or making a career change. Counselors use many resources to help students with career decision making and planning. These resources include interest and skill assessments,computerized career planning assistance and individual career counseling. In addition, counselors will connect students with the College’s Placement Office for support in resume writing and job interviewing strategies.
Students may schedule appointments for personal, academic and career counseling by contacting the Counseling office on any of the College campuses.