Counseling services are available to all students. Students are invited to come in for confidential help in strengthening academic performance, selecting an education major, developing educational and career plans, solving situational problems, and improving self-understanding.
Counselors can assist students with exploring career options. Students are also encouraged to enroll in a career planning class, Guidance 4E. This educational planning class helps students discover their own interests, attitudes, and values and will help them make an initial career choice.
Counselors are available to help students plan their long and short-term educational careers.
Advice on setting educational goals and matching classes to a student's particular needs are some of the types of guidance to be obtained through academic counseling.
Information on the college's requirements for certificates of achievement and A.A. or A.S. degrees is available, as are transfer requirements to other schools.
Social/Personal Development Counseling
All through life, people must fit into society at work and in their leisure time.
To make this process easier for students, the college offers both individual consultations with a counselor and special group sessions through the personal development courses, such as Guidance 4C, 4E and 5 (see course description in Section X).
The college maintains a staff of professionally educated counselors to serve its students. Counseling services are available to every student and member of the college community. With professional counselors, students may explore freely and in confidence concerns which are important to them.
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