Counseling and Advising
MG阿拉德之怒官网The YVC Counseling & Advising Center provides a team based approach that helps students realize their educational, career and personal goals. We create a welcoming and safe environment allowing students to feel accepted, respected and understood. Our counselors and advisors are dedicated, responsive, and culturally sensitive professionals offering comprehensive services, referrals and advocacy.
The Counseling & Advising Center does not make appointments in Yakima. Our center is on a drop-in basis and will serve students first-come, first-serve. If you cannot drop-in during our normal hours, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will follow up with you through phone or email.
Normal Hours M-F 9 am-3 pm
Summer Hours M-TH 9 am-1 pm (July-Aug.)
Deccio Higher Education Center
Building 8, Room 164
Grandview Main Building
Building 56, Room 121
The purpose of advising at Yakima Valley College is to assist you in reaching your educational goals. Advising is the shared responsibility of the student and their advisor. Students should meet with their Pathway advisor each quarter to develop a plan for their education to ensure they are on track for graduation.
Clarifying program & degree prerequisites/requirements
- Course selection & registration
- Adding or dropping classes
- Understanding transfer requirements
- Developing an Education Plan at YVC
- Applying for graduation
The Counseling & Advising Center staff can help you plan for a career. Whether you know exactly what you want to do, are thinking about changing, or are really uncertain—we can help you consider your options and determine the best route, resources and professionals to assist you.
- Exploring educational options
- Identifying interests & abilities
- Identifying classes needed to upgrade current skills
- Decision making
- Coping with loss of a job
MG阿拉德之怒官网Counselors are trained professionals who can help you with personal problems affecting your wellbeing and success. Counselors will help you identify resources you already have, look at problems from a new perspective and assist you in developing skills and understanding to guide you toward your own solutions.
- Balancing school, work & family
- Coping with stress
- Dealing with anxiety or depression
- Relationship problems
- Managing anger
- Drug and alcohol
- Gender and sexuality