Welcome to the Counseling Center at Diablo Valley College.
Location: SSC Building (see the campus map)
Telephone: 925-685-1230 or 925-969-2140 Fax: 925-687-2097
Contact information: Dean, supervisor and department chairs
Summer Counseling appointments: DVC Counselors will be available for appointments and "express counseling sessions" in June and July. Summer Counseling appointments are for:
New students must enroll in Counseling 095 to meet with a counselor. This course is designed to give college information to new students and to help them plan out what courses to take during their first semester.
Counseling Center SUMMER hours at the Pleasant Hill Campus
|Monday||8:30 a.m.||to||5 p.m.|
|Tuesday||8:30 a.m.||to||7 p.m.|
|Wednesday||8:30 a.m.||to||5 p.m.|
|Thursday||8:30 a.m.||to||5 p.m.|
|Friday - CLOSED|
Express Counseling (drop-in sessions 10-15 minutes) is where students can meet briefly with a counselor to ask questions that need a quick answer. We offer express counseling each day. Please note that counselors will not have access to student transcripts or other records during these brief sessions.
Scheduling an appointment
Tools to help answer your questions
The Counseling Department has a list of frequently asked questions to help you get immediate help. In addition, we have a library of instructional videos for you to view.
Resources for students
The Counseling Department has a list of helpful resources including links to our Confidential Assistance Program and off campus mental health resources, Student Services on campus, and AB 540 information.
E-Advisor and Skype Counseling
If you haven't found the answer to your question from our FAQ page, you can email us to have a question answered. The Counseling Department has also setup a Skype account to be able to answer questions online.
About the DVC Counseling Department
We help student achieve their educational, career, and personal life goals.
All contacts are confidential in compliance with Federal and State law. Confidentiality may not apply if a person presents an imminent danger to self or others or in the case of child, elder, or dependent adult abuse.