Counseling services are designed to be an integral part of students' total educational program. Upon acceptance, students meet with counselors, at which time they discuss academic and career goals and plan their first semester's course work.
The counselor's first concern is for the student, not only in the academic area, but also in matters of personal and social adjustment, within and outside the academic environment.
Counselors have the professional expertise and experience to help students grow in self-understanding, and to gain insight into the nature of everyday problems and begin solving them more effectively.
The Counseling Center also offers special workshops in study skills, time management, handling test anxieties, and a variety of life skills.
The Counseling staff provides guidance and advocacy for students who have learning disabilities and other special needs. For additional information, contact the Counseling Center at (860) 906-5040, Room 208 on the second floor.