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Counseling and Advising Center

Overview

Welcome to Counseling and Academic Advising. Our mission is to facilitate student success by offering quality services that promote educational, career and personal development.

Our counselors and academic advisors can assist students in planning to earn career certificates and associate degrees and/or for transfer to four-year universities.

For All New Students

Group of five students in Main Quad fountain Apply for admission to obtain your check mark8-digit student ID number.

 

check markSchedule your placement test appointment(s).

 

check markComplete orientation. You'll learn key information to help you succeed.

 

Completing orientation, as well as taking placement tests, declaring a major and creating an educational plan, are state-required steps to qualify for priority enrollment.

 

 

Other Considerations

Please follow the link if a circumstance describes you.

Undocumented immigrant California high school graduate. Learn about resources for AB540 students.

Transferring from another college. Submit transcripts for prerequisite clearance.

U.S. military veteran, dependents and active duty. Follow steps to enroll with VA benefits.

First generation to attend college. Join a learning community for support.

Continuing Students

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WHAT IS THE NEXT STEP TO REACH YOUR EDUCATIONAL GOAL?

check markDefine your educational goal first. Explore your options.

check markIdentify a major/career. Take a Choosing a Career/Major workshop.

check markDevelop a long-term educational plan. Map out your Ed Plan.

check markManage your academic progress. Do a DegreeWorks audit.

check markGraduate! File for your degree and/or participate in June ceremony.

check markTransfer. Successful transfer requires careful planning and course selection.

 

 

Contact Us


The final responsibility for successfully achieving an educational goal rests with the student. Information on-line is designed to be helpful; however, this information changes frequently. It is recommended that students consult catalogs, counselors/academic advisors, departments and universities to confirm an educational plan.


Counseling & Advising Center

Building:
Student & Community Services
2nd Floor,  Room 201

Phone: 408.864.5400

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Last Updated: 4/2/14