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GETTING STARTED - Step 4: Counseling

Counseling
  • New students
    All new students must complete the New Student Online Counseling Workshop or attend a New Student Counseling Group Workshop in person. Call 395-4421 to make an appointment for the face-to-face 2-hour group workshop. Workshop seating is limited. Therefore, family and friends are not allowed. No children are allowed. New Student Counseling Group Workshops fill up quickly, particularly during peak registration periods. Check in 15 minutes prior to the start of the workshop.
  • Continuing students
    Continuing or returning students may visit a drop-in counselor or advisor. Drop-ins are available every day on a first come, first served basis. In order to maximize your chances of being seen during peak registration periods, it is recommended that you come to the Counseling Center where the doors open at 7:30 am.
  • Transfer Students
    Transferring students refer to the Transfer Services website. To be cleared for a course prerequisite, please bring an official or unofficial college transcript.
  • Online Advising is not available at this time.

  • Online advising is designed for short questions only. Generally, responses are returned M-Th, except during peak registration periods. Online advising does not take the place of a counseling session. If you need to see a counselor, drop by or call the counseling department at (661) 395-4421.
  • DSPS
    For students in need of special services or students with disabilities, please contact Disabled Student Programs & Services link  
  • Concurrent students
    Check the admissions webpage for concurrent student instructions

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