Counseling, Advising, and
Location: College Center
Individual appointments are available for enrolled or returning students. To schedule, call 651-450-3508.
Counseling and Career Development Center Services
Professional counselors help students clarify educational goals, identify program options, make decisions about degrees and select courses that fulfill a student's degree requirements, transfer plans, and educational goals. In addition, counselors also help students with academic progress issues:
- How to make sure you are selecting correct courses.
- Questions about transferring to and from IHCC.
- Schedule planning worksheet.
- Finding out about financial resources.
- How to make career related decisions.
- Changing your major.
- Occupational career information.
See outlines of common career areas, employers, and strategies designed to maximize career opportunities.
- How to do your best in college.
- College jargon.
- Study skills.
- Time management and procrastination.
- Math and speech anxiety.
- Crisis assistance.
- How to maintain focus despite outside distractions.
- Managing stress.
- Anxiety, depression, eating disorders.
Getting to know the counselors
- Who are the Counselors?
- Learn which counselor has eaten beetles, view counselor & department photos plus more!
Making an appointment
- When can I see a Counselor or visit the Career Development Center? Learn about walk-ins and more!
- Considering Transfer? What you need to know for transferring!
- Returning students may choose to see a counselor for assistance with academic advising, educational counseling, career planning, and personal concerns.
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