Advisors who specialize in your chosen Program of Study are available
to help you set your class plans to achieve your academic and career goals
quickly and effectively. Selection of the required pre-requisites,
skill building courses is necessary for successful performance in a chosen curriculum and to ensure transfer classes match higher institution
Find your Advisor from a listing of Faculty Academic Advisors by Program.
Counselors are available to assist you if you have been out of school for more than twelve months, are researching career options, withdrawing from all or most courses, or resolving special academic or personal challenges.
Find a counselor on the Student Development Services Contact Listing
For assistance with career planning and finding employment opportunities, visit the Career & Disabilities Services center in Dellinger Hall Room 220 or on the WEB
Transferring to a Four-year College
Refer to the Transfer Information Page for help in planning for transfer.
Students are encouraged to develop a plan so that SWCC course work matches that of the selected senior institution. Students who are unsure of transfer choices may receive assistance from SWCC's counselors, academic advisors, or the transfer specialist. Project ACHIEVE students may receive assistance from the transfer counselor.