The Counseling Center is designed to support students in their efforts to achieve maximum success in school, in the workforce, and in life. The Center offers academic, career and disabilities counseling.
The staff of the Center will assist students to discover and develop ways to problem solve and take full advantages of opportunities. The Center offers services to help students choose a career, discuss appropriate classes, establish academic adjustments, improve grades, and overcome personal barriers to success. The staff of the Center plays a prominent role in individual evaluation, academic counseling, career counseling, disabilities counseling, and personal guidance.
Monday - Thursday:
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Students who need academic or career counseling should contact:
Amy Laughter, Academic Counselor
Building 1300 Room 240
Students with documented disabilities must register and request academic adjustments/services each semester from:
Karissa Wright, Special Needs/Disability Counselor
Building 1300 Room 241
Students who may benefit from assistance with issues related to being a single parent or displaced homemaker, those who are pursuing a nontraditional field of study, or those who have limited English proficiency (LEP), may contact:
Sherry Givens, Special Populations Coordinator
Building 1300 Room 244