Whether your academic goal is to transfer to a four-year university, earn a degree or certificate at DVC, or take classes for career advancement, you can find assistance in the Counseling Center to achieve success.
The Counseling Center is located on the second floor of the SSC. DVC counselors provide
academic advising to help students understand general education and major requirements
to transfer and earn a degree or certificate at DVC. Counselors provide individual
advising appointments and drop-in counseling. They also teach classes on career exploration,
transfer preparation and student success.
A special program in counseling is the Puente Project, with the mission of increasing the number of Latino students transferring to four-year universities.
These services are located on the second floor of the SSC.
Information about four-year colleges and universities is available here. Representatives from other universities visit campus to meet with students and explain admissions requirements. In addition, there is a large selection of catalogs and brochures available to help explore your transfer options. The office also sponsors a large transfer fair each year.
Students can receive assistance with resume writing and searching for jobs on and off campus. Drop-in career counseling, information on majors and requirements, and career-based assessments are also available. Want to earn credit for a job or internship? Cooperative education (CO-OP) allows you to earn elective credits while developing your skills and building your resume.