Counseling and Testing
Counseling and testing services assist students in obtaining maximum results from their educational opportunities. Students are encouraged to make appointments; however, walk-ins are welcomed and accommodated, based on counselor availability.
Counseling services promotes positive mental health for improved personal, career, and academic growth. These services include individual and group counseling, scholastic and financial counseling, workshops, mediation, and referral to outside agencies. Information disclosed during counseling sessions is strictly confidential, except when it involves potential danger to oneself or others, child abuse, or criminal conduct.
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The Early Alert system is monitored by the Counselor and/or the Retention Coordinator in the Counseling and Testing office. If you receive an Early Alert, the counselor will be visiting you in class or calling you to find out what kinds of resources you need to get you back on track with your class.
If you need tutoring, contact the Counseling and Testing office. There is free tutoring available – both in-person and online.
Free online tutoring:
Net Tutor is free online tutoring with highly training experts.
Tutoring is available in Mathematics, Writing & English, Humanities & Social Sciences, Nuring & Allied Health, Business & Accounting, and IT & Computer Science.