Counseling Department Services
Counselors at College of the Sequoias provide:
- Educational and career guidance
- Interpretation of Assessment scores
- Student Education Plans
- Referrals for other services on and off campus
- Support the progress and successful achievement of the student's goal through follow-up service
- Personal and social concerns are also addressed as they relate to college success.
Because accurate information is essential, our counselors are dedicated to ensuring that students receive current and correct information. This information is usually documented in a Student Educational Plan which reflects the current stated goal of a student. Students wishing to change their goal should see a counselor to revise their Student Educational Plan.
Counselors are available during the day (M-F, 8am- 4pm) either by appointment or on a walk in basis.
It is advised that students make appointments well in advance of registration because of the high demand for counseling.
College of the Sequoias' students wishing to make an appointment on the main campus may call or stop by the Counseling Office located in the Student Services Center. The telephone number is (559) 730-3715. To schedule a counseling appointment on the Hanford campus, students may call (559) 583-2500. Students belonging to a special program are advised to contact their program counselor(s).
College of the Sequoias provides a number of services to help new students get accustomed to the processes and services offered to incoming freshman as well as continuing students. New students should be aware that college is very different from the high school process. This high school student tips document and college readiness brochure will help students understand those differences. New students should also take advantage of the list of services below.
College of the Sequoias provides January 2014 Flyer ESL Workshops (English) every semester to explain course offerings related to the ESL course sequence, non-credit courses, off-site ESL course offerings and information on admissions application, financial aid, and registration. Please call (559) 737-6250 for more information. ESL Course are also available through the community or through the Visalia Adult School or the Tulare Adult School.