About Us

 Counseling Department

Welcome to the El Paso Community College Counseling Department! We are here to help you reach your educational and personal goals. If you are undecided in your career choice, if you are struggling with your courses, or if you’re finding that personal problems are getting in the way of your success, we have the tools to guide you and help you succeed. We will make all of our resources available to you.

This site was created with you in mind! It offers you a wealth of information, including links to a variety of services available to you. It is intended to provide you with the support to help you accomplish your goals. We have offices throughout the five EPCC campuses and the Fort Bliss Center for your convenience. If you have any questions or feel you need some help, talk to us.

You are not alone in this mission. We are here to help you!

 Counseling Department Personnel

The Counseling Department consists of full-time doctoral and master level counselors, Licensed Professional Counselors, part-time counselors, and full-time bachelor level academic advisors. Furthermore, the counselors’ and advisors’ objectives could not be met without the assistance of the professional and efficient support staff.


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 Counseling Mission

Our mission is to promote Student Enrollment, Retention and Success through Recruitment and Outreach Activities, New Student Orientations, and Academic Advising, Career Exploration, and Personal Adjustment Counseling.

 Counseling Goals

The Counseling Department is committed to providing the best possible academic counseling services to students. It pledges its advocacy to the students through the delivery of resources, guidance, and academic success strategies, while instilling a positive attitude toward learning and achievement.

 Counseling Objectives

The Counseling Department will strive to provide the counseling to students; to develop technical and academic learning skills, including life-long career development skills; discuss career exploration; facilitate educational planning and degree plan review; career entrance assessment; assist with university research and transfer planning; guide to personal decisions making; provide disability services; and guide international students.