We are here to assist you in choosing and pursuing your career and educational goals at Mendocino College. You are not alone, if you do not have a major or career direction. Most students are undecided when they enroll in college!
If you are unsure of what path to take, we can recommend classes to get you started. We will explain some basic options and general requirements that apply to all college certificate or degree programs
Once you do have a major, we can help you to set up a plan to achieve your certificate or degree. If your goal is to transfer to a 4-year school, we can help you to choose a transfer destination and explain what courses you will need to prepare for transfer.
We can assist you to be successful in college by connecting you with any number of available services and College and Career Success courses. As counselors, we are here to listen, make suggestions, and help you make decisions that are right for you. You can view us as advocated, mentors, teachers or "life" coaches. If you have a verifiable disability that creates limitations on reaching your educational goals, please contact the Disability Resource Center at (707) 468-3031.
All college students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to develop an educational plan. This plan details the courses that must be completed in order to accomplish your educational objective.
- Career Advising
Free career testing is available through the Career and Transfer Center, located in MacMillan Hall, Room 1200 on the Ukiah campus. We will analyze your test results and discuss them with you. The center also organizes an annual career fair and can assist you in preparing for a job interview and writing a résumé. For more infomration or an appointment, call (707) 468-3044.
- Confidential Referral/Grade Check Program
Counselors support the instructional staff by encouraging confidential referrals of students. Students who respond will be offered help with personal issues that are hampering their progress and/or referred to other appropriate resources on and off campus. Students are encouraged to make a appointment with a counselor if they receive a letter regarding a referral.
- Bilingual Counseling - Spanish
Si usted le gusta una cita de consejeria en Español, por favor de llamar al Departamento de Consejeria al (707) 468-3048.
- Personal Issues
We are to discuss personal issues that may be affecting your academic progress.
Mental Health Counseling
A mental health counselor is available on the Ukiah campus Tuesdays from 9am to 5pm for one-hour sessions during the fall and spring semesters. You may make an appointment by calling (707) 468-3048.
College catalogs are available in the Career and Transfer Center or on-line and college representatives visit the center in the fall and spring. College and Univeristy Day is held each September, as well as useful transfer workshops throughout each semester. Call (707) 468-3045 for more information.
The counselors are located in MacMillian Hall, Room 1000 in Ukiah, as well as in the Lake and Willits Centers. They are available by appointment and on a drop-in basis. Please call the Counseling office for more information - in Ukiah Campus (707) 468-3048, Lake Center (707) 263-4944 and North County Center (707) 459-6224.
(Note: All information disclosed during counseling appointments is kept confidential, except in cases where we are mandated to report threats of harm to self or others.)