Advising and Counseling Center
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Advising and Counseling Services at TRCC
Next Summer Session starts July 12! Still time to register and to get a jump start on your Fall Courses.
Fall Semester starts August 28! Get advised and register as soon as possible to ensure the best choice of courses.
Summer Advising hours: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, Wednesday until 6 pm.
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Phone: (860) 215-9017
Location: Room A-113
Hours: Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays 8:30-5:00, Wednesdays 8:30-6:30 (Summer hours until 6:00)
Students are strongly encouraged to meet with their assigned advisors for academic needs. Assigned advisors can be found in MyCommnet under the Student Records>Student Information>Term>Primary Advisor. Contact information such as email and phone numbers and office hours can be found under the Academic header, drop down list “Faculty” at the top of this page. Advisor contact information is also available through the Welcome Center.
Advising and Student Development Services at TRCC
Attending college is an exciting and challenging experience for students. So much is new: courses, people, learning and future opportunities. Along with the exciting, new experiences often come a variety of unexpected experiences. Whether a first-time, returning, or transfer student, there are often challenges to be managed: personal and family life, academics, time, and financial constraints. The Advising and Counseling Center supports students during their college journey.
Staffed with dedicated professionals, the Advising and Counseling Center offers a full range of academic and personal support services. Counselors and staff work in conjunction with faculty to foster student growth and success. Services in the Center help students clarify and establish meaningful academic, career or personal goals and help them build and implement action plans to fulfill their goals. One-on-one, workshops, assessments and special groups support students as they sort through competing interests and needs to achieve these goals.
- Academic advising and counseling
- Career counseling and information
- College transfer
- Employment counseling and resources for full and part-time jobs and internships
- Personal counseling and development
- Physical, psychological and special learning needs
- Referral to community agencies and resources