MSC provides services that helps a student to make his/her educational experience more profitable and meaningful. Regardless of student age or background, decisions about education, career, and family are important and sometimes difficult. Determining how college fits in with a student’s individual goals is stressed, and students are given help with the admissions process. Assistance is also available if a student is considering transferring to a four-year college or other educational or training institution.
The Advising and Assessment Center is staffed by professionals who understand the unique concerns of a student. Often it is the first place to stop for information or assistance. Disabled persons, Alaska Natives and American Indians, women and men just beginning college, and those returning to higher education will find good listeners and people who enjoy helping others.
All new students are encouraged to register in GUID A150A Survival Skills/College (1 CR) offered prior to each semester.
For help with career planning or changing, program planning, pre-admission advising, transfer credit interpretation, crisis intervention, stress reduction, or other concerns, visit the Advising and Assessment Center. Academic advisors can be seen by appointment, please call 745-9762.
Give us a call or stop by Student Services for more information.