Sylvania Campus Counseling Services

Sylvania CC 216 | 971-722-4531

Effective Tool for Student Success

Our trained professional counselors can help you deal with personal or career concerns that may be impacting your academic success. Counselors can also assist you with decision-making, goal-setting and personal development. Counselors can provide advocacy and, as faculty members, they teach counseling & guidance classes.

Upcoming Event: Food for Thought Group

Tuesdays from 12 noon to 1:30pmOctober 1 through December 10, in the College Center (CC) Building, Fir Room (near cafeteria)

Homeless? Hungry? Need Resources? Join us to gain support from other students and learn about practical PCC and community resources.

For more information please contact: Natalie or Tyson (971-722-8481)

Upcoming Event: Sisters in Strength Group

Thursdays from 12 noon to 1:50pm

Sisters in Strength is designed to empower PCC students by:

  • Strengthening student’s ability to manage the long - term effects of trauma
  • Improve group prospects for school retention
  • Provide for the development of peer support and community at PCC

For more information please contact: Rut or Anne

We are available to help you

  • Choose a Career and Major
  • Improve Academic Performance
  • Deal with Personal Issues That Affect College Success

Counseling Services

College Success and Retention

  • Adjusting to an academic culture
  • Navigating college systems
  • Older learner concerns
  • Time management skills
  • Identifying learning barriers
  • Motivation toward academic goals
  • Balancing school, work & family
  • Reducing test anxiety
  • College grievances or complaints
  • Referral to campus learning support services
  • Coping with problems in classes
  • Academic probation & academic suspension
  • Financial Aid disqualification appeals
  • Scholarships and other financial resources
  • Support and advocacy

Career Counseling

  • Career classes or individual appointments
  • Assistance to choose or change careers
  • Interpretation of self-assessment tools for interests, skills, values and personality type
  • Career research using the Career Center, internet resources, informational interviewing, and job shadowing
  • Career decision-making
  • Educational planning to support career goals

Personal Counseling (Short Term)

  • Stress management strategies
  • Relationship issues
  • Loss and grief
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Assertiveness
  • Cultural identity development
  • Self-confidence and self-esteem
  • Goal-setting and decision-making
  • Mental health information
  • Women's issues
  • Addiction concerns
  • Anger management
  • Unrealistic expectations
  • Sexual identity

Assessment

  • Career exploration
  • Personality type
  • Psychological screening & testing

Crisis Counseling

  • Individual short-term crisis intervention for students suffering from acute emotional stress
  • Support, assessment and appropriate referrals

Referrals

  • Referrals to services that support student success, both on campus and in the community

Consultation

  • Consultation with faculty, staff and administrators
  • Concerns about distance students
  • Conflict resolution
  • Training and Workshops
  • Class presentations
  • Student development
  • Code of conduct concerns