Counseling Services

Our Counselors help students clarify goals and create new strategies to achieve them. Whether your concern is academic, personal, or a mix of both, Counselors are here to assist you.

When should I go see a Counselor?

People come to Counseling Services for a lot of different reasons. You’re encouraged to come see us when you want to:

  • Improve your academic standing and meet Standards of Academic Progress( SOP)
  • Receive short -term personal counseling
  • Manage anxiety and stress
  • Improve relationships and build a support system
  • Explore new ways to take care of yourself
  • Connect with resources on and off campus.


Counselors are available during CPCC’s standard operating hours to help students experiencing a personal crisis.

After hours, or if you are off campus, please phone 911 for emergency situations.


Online screenings are available for:


Generalized Anxiety Disorder

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

Bipolar Disorder

Eating Disorders

Alcohol Use Disorder

(These free, confidential screenings offer guidance about when to seek further assistance. However, they do not provide a diagnosis and are not a substitute for medical care or professional assessment.)

Please contact one of our counselors to find out more about the above.