MJC Counseling Center Mission Statement
The mission of the Counseling Center is to provide transfer and non-transfer students with timely and useful support services and quality information that will assist them in realizing their educational, career, and personal goals.
Counselors are available via group advising, individual appointments, online, and on a walk-in basis for personal, academic and career advising. Walk-ins are first come, first served; arrive early. Please use the menu items to the left for additional details.
Students may view and print unofficial transcripts on online through PiratesNet. Your student ID number and password is required to access PiratesNet.If you do not have access to a computer, you can request a free copy in person at the Counseling office (with a photo ID). Unofficial transcripts cannot be faxed or emailed.
Counseling Center Student Learning Outcomes
- As a result of meeting with a counselor, students will demonstrate increased knowledge in the three patterns offered (GE, CSU, IGETC). (SSLO)
- Students will accurately calculate a college GPA and effectively monitor their progress towards educational goals. (SSLO)
- Students will demonstrate knowledge of counseling services available on campus as well as components of services where their needs are not met. (SAO)
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Learn to Relax - Discover tools and techniques to help you relax and perform at your maximum potential. Excellent resources from Loyola University, Maryland
Career Cafe - A Virtual Career Center for California Community College Students
Assist.org - Choose the right classes to transfer
MJC Health Services - Resources and information for students, staff and faculty at MJC
Haven Women's Center - Non-profit, bilingual center to help victims of domestic violence and sexual assault
Stanislaus County 2-1-1 - Provides free & confidential information to find food, clothing shelter, counseling and more services
Parents United International - Dedicated to helping those suffering from the consequences of child sexual abuse
United Way of Stanislaus County - Lends assistance to community members for education, income, and health