Meet with a counselor to discuss important information on admissions, enrollment, major, degree, and transfer requirements, transfer agreements and for assistance in the development of Student Education Plans.
- Drop-In meetings are for quick questions that typically take 10-15 minutes to answer.
- Meetings are on a first come, first served basis and depend on counselor availability.
The Following Topics Require A Scheduled Appointment (these cannot be addressed during a Drop-In Appointment)
- Financial Aid Appeals
- International Student Services
- Academic/Progress Probation
- Transfer Agreements
- Veteran Services
Career and Transfer Counseling
Provides career life planning and facilitates the decision-making process of identifying academic and career goals. A variety of career, personality and interest based assessments are available along with a series of career guidance classes designed to teach students each step of the career life planning process.
Personal Crisis Counseling
Short term counseling to help work through personal and crisis issues, which may affect educational progress is provided. For an immediate crisis, contact the Counseling Division at (209) 954-5151, Ext. 6276 and/or use the Counseling Referral Form.
Academic/Progress Probation Counseling
Counseling, workshops and support services for students on Academic and/or Progress Probation/Dismissal and Financial Aid Probation/Disqualification.
Student Athletes Counseling
Academic and career decisions, which are critical to athletic eligibility, are reviewed along with transfer requirements to NCAA and NAIA colleges and universities.
Health and Wellness Counseling
Our Health and Wellness Counseling provides resources and support services that promote your health and well-being and ensure your success at Delta College.