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   Counseling 
 
Our mission is to encourage, guide and support students in pursuit of their academic, personal, and career goals by providing accurate information and personalized service in an accessible and welcoming environment. 
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COUNSELING PHONE:  

(530) 242-7724

The Counseling Center is located in the Administration Building, Room 126   

If you are unable to keep an already scheduled

appointment please contact the counseling

office to cancel the appointment

530-242-7724

 

 EXPRESS TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

AND LIMITED TO TEN (10) MINUTES

The Counseling Office will be closing early at 4:30

the week of December 18th through the 22nd

and will be closed for Christmas

December 25th through January 1st. We will be back

on January 2nd.

  

 

 Drop-In Times for Thurs. Dec. 7th & Fri. Dec. 8th 8:30 to 3:00

Drop-In Times for the Week of December 11th through December 15th

Monday, December 11, 2017              8:30am - 3:00pm
Tuesday, December 12, 2017             8:30am - 3:00pm
Wednesday, December 13, 2017        8:30am - 1:00pm
Thursday, December 14, 2017            8:30am - 3:00pm
Friday, December 15, 2017                 8:30am - 2:00pm
REGULAR OFFICE HOURS
8:30am - 6:00pm Monday - Thursday (last appointment at 5pm)
8:30am - 3:30Friday (last appointment at 3pm)
 
 All students with scheduled appointments must check in at the Counseling window.
   
 
PLEASE NOTE: 
The Counseling Center will be closed on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month, from 2-4pm for Professional Development. 
 
 
 
 
Counselors provide academic, career and personal counseling services to help students successfully achieve their goals.  Expected outcomes for each type of service are: 
 
  • Academic Counseling - Students will demonstrate an improved understanding of academic requirements and the classes they need to take in order to achieve their academic goals. 
  • Career Counseling – Students will be able to identify actions they can take to clarify their career goals. 
  • Personal Counseling – Students will be able to identify personal issues affecting their success and create a plan for addressing those issues. 
Meeting regularly with a counselor is one of the keys to enhance your success at Shasta College.  We strive to meet your needs and make sure you're satisfied with our services.  Please come and see us soon! 
 
SPECIAL PROGRAMS OR EXTENDED ED STUDENTS 
 
If you are enrolled in one of our special programs or are at one of our extended education sites, please contact the following areas for counseling services: 
 
EOPS/CARE     (530) 242-7540             PACE                 (530) 242-7790            
TRIO (530) 242-7692 CalWorks (530) 225-3949

Extended Ed:

     
Intermountain (530) 335-2311 Tehama (530) 529-8980
Trinity (530) 623-2231
   
 
Service Area Outcome

1. Students express a high degree of satisfaction with counseling services.

Student Support Learning Outcomes

1. As a result of their counseling session, students will have an improved understanding of academic requirements and/or the classes they need to take in order to achieve their academic goals.

2. As a result of their counseling session, students will be able to identify actions they can take to clarify their career and/or educational goals.

3. As a result of their counseling session, students will be able to articulate personal issues affecting.

  
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