Counseling Office

The Miramar College Counseling Department's mission is to provide counseling, instructional & student success programs that meet our students' needs. The department assists and supports all student from connection through completion, focusing on student success in an environment that supports and promotes diversity, equity, respect and inclusion.

 
Week 14 Heads-Up:  [11/26]: Emergency Food Pantry 9am-3pm Rm J-302 (near pool entrance)  ||  Resume Basics workshop 9am-10am Rm L-101 ASC  ||  Professional Development Series - Black Minds Matter 5pm-7pm Rm AA-140 @Palomar College   [11/28]: Chancellor's Open Office Hour 3pm-4pm Rm N-206   [11/29]: Career Center Coffee Chat - S.D. City Mayor's Office 11am-1pm Rm K1-107   [11/30]: Deadline to submit CSU & UC Applications is November 30th!   [12/17]: Three Weeks until completion of Fall Semester! 
 

Before arriving at the counseling office, please complete: the Application, Orientation & Assessment.

Counseling Office: (619) 388-7840 | Student Services Building, 2nd floor (MAP).

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Counselors Favorites

Applying for transfer? Click Here then Visit the Transfer Center!

APPLY FOR GRADUATION & EARLY (Click Here)

 

*WALK-IN COUNSELING*

QUICK 5-15 MINUTES WITH A COUNSELOR...

Available daily on a first-come, first-served basis: 

Potential classes for next Semester 

Veterans' Semester Worksheet Signature

Academic Probation & Disqualification Reinstatement

Petitions (Graduation/General/Academic Renewal/etc.)

Unofficial, quick review of transcripts 

Referral to various Campus Resources

 

*1-HOUR APPOINTMENTS*

WHEN 15 MIN. WITH A COUNSELOR ISN'T ENOUGH...

Click here 1st to see if you can schedule an appointment

Available year-round | Limited during class registration periods

Long-Range Comprehensive Educational Planning

Know every class you need & when to take it

Know all of the important dates & deadlines

Career decision-making information assistance

Additional resources/referrals provided

If you have attended a college or university outside of SDCCD, please see important information regarding your OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS, you will need to request to have your transcripts evaluated; the Request for Transcript Evaluation form is available, in person, at the Counseling Office.

 

DSPS & VETERAN STUDENTS: Sonocent is a note taking & study resource available for free, contact DSPS for information.

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