132 - Counseling and Career Assessment
The college offers services to students primarily in academic and career-related areas/issues. Students who have a personal problem that interferes with their college performance should seek assistance by contacting Student Affairs. Personal counseling may be referred to mental health clinicians on or off campus. Students who do not voluntarily seek help may be requested to secure adequate medical service, rehabilitative counseling or other services as may be necessary. If a student fails to seek help and/or the student’s performance problem(s) persist, the college may take appropriate action in accordance with the requirements of the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act.
The college services offered in terms of career counseling, career exploration, job opportunities, educational counseling, referral for personal counseling, support groups and student personal assistance programs are outlined in the Current Students section of the college website.
Approved: July 10, 1997
Reviewed: December 28, 2010; October 23, 2013; May 2020
Revised: February 15, 2000; June 30, 2004; September 29, 2008; February 7, 2011; October 23, 2013; May 13, 2020