Students today have a lot of responsibility. Sometimes life’s responsibilities can get in the way of a student’s success during their college career. Together we can make a difference!
Stop in the Student Success Center to learn about the available resources, and to learn about the workshops we are offering. You will find information available on topics related to personal finance, stress management, time management and health. We will also design workshops based on student’s needs; so let us know how we can help!
A Counselor meets with students individually to discuss their non-academic needs, then identifies community resources that may be available to the student. Topics can include housing options, child care, financial barriers, legal troubles, and health concerns. In addition, students will also be coached on problem solving, prioritize goal setting, time management and more.
Counselors will provide short-term counseling for a variety of problems; however, if the problem is of an intense psychological nature the counselor will refer you to an appropriate agency outside of Cleveland Community College.
Reasons for Seeing a Counselor
Please stop by and visit us in the Student Success Center in the Jack Hunt Campus Center. To request more information about the Student Success Center, email: email@example.com
We look forward to meeting you!
Q: Don't I have to be crazy to see a counselor?
A: Everyone experiences stressful circumstances that can be aided by talking with a qualified counselor.
Q: I don't like to talk about 'problems.' Isn't that what it's all about?
A: Actually, our counselors are trained to work with you in the way that best meets your needs.
Q: I'm nervous to talk with someone. I think my problems are way too bad.
A: Our counselors help a very wide range of people with all kinds of problems. You are not the only one.
Q: Will my information be secure?
A: All counseling sessions are confidential.
Consultation with Faculty and Staff
While maintaining confidentiality, the staff is available to consult with faculty, staff, and administrators about issues with direct or indirect impact on student development and well being.
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