This service enables students to understand their values, interests, skills and experiences in choosing a career path. The career planning process involves matching students to the compatibility of lifestyle and work demands, and assessing personality strengths and skills. Some assessments can be found in the Counseling Department while others are accessible in the Career Center. Please check with a counselor to see what your needs are for the best fit.
Career and Personality Assessment
We provide counseling tools that include career inventories and personality assessments to assist students in making career choices that are compatible with their interests, personality traits, work values and abilities. Please check with a counselor to see what your needs are and which assessments are best for you.
Individual counseling is private, confidential and free of charge. Assistance in resolving a crisis or personal issue, which may be interfering with educational success, is offered through counseling. This may include a referral process to a community agency if brief counseling sessions cannot resolve the issues. Counseling is voluntary and students may select the counselor of their choice.
Crisis intervention is available Monday - Friday. Contact the Counseling Department for specific hours. Students may walk in and self refer, or a faculty or staff member may refer a student to counseling during a crisis. All counseling information is private and confidential, and may not be released without a signed release of information form by the student.