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 Counseling Services

Professional counselors are available at each campus to provide the following services.


  • Advising: Academic advising is offered to enable students to make effective academic decisions and degree plan course selection that lead to the attainment of educational goals.
  • Counseling: Counseling services are provided to students of the College district to assist them in exploring personal goal setting, resolving institutional conflicts, adjusting to college life and in making positive life decisions to attain personal, career and educational goals.
  • Personal Counseling Referral: Personal counseling referral is available for students who are in need of support in clarifying personal issues that impact on college attendance, performance and success.
  • Recruitment and Outreach: The Counseling Program at EPCC provides support services to the Office of Recruitment and Outreach in the areas of campus tours and visits and off-campus recruiting activities.
  • Career Counseling: Each campus Career/Transfer Center reports to the respective campus Counseling Center and strives to provide a wide range of services in career assessment, access to and use of career exploration resources, college transfer information and educational planning.
  • District Workshops and Presentations: Counselors provide an on-going semester series of topical student workshops and a wide variety of classroom presentations available to all faculty.
  • Special Grant and Program Support: The District Counseling Center maintains an integral role in the support of grant and other special programs by providing personnel support, consultation and student counseling. Some of these programs are: NAFTA Program, GEAR-UP Program, Center for Students with Disabilities, Health Occupations Division, English as a Second Language Program, Fort Bliss Students and Instructional Programs, International Students, Workforce Development Programs, community agency liaisons, and Project ARRIBA.

For information contact the Counseling Office at each campus.


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