Skyline College General Counseling has moved to Video and Phone appointments from Tuesday, March 17 - Sunday, April 5th as part of the SMCCCD's emergency response for the health and safety of the community.
If you would like to schedule a general counseling appointment or just have questions please email to Counseling Service or leave a voicemail at (650)738-4318. Please make sure to include your Name as it appears on your student records and your student Identification number (G#). We are working diligently to respond to all communications in a timely manner.
Summer and Fall 2020 Registration
Schedule your counseling appointment today. A Skyline College counselor will assist you in developing a Student Educational Plan (SEP) in preparation for Summer and Fall 2020 registration. Summer registration begins at the end of April; Fall registration begins in May.
Types of Counseling Appointments
Counseling Appointments are 30 minutes long. They are appropriate for long-term educational planning, clarifying your progress toward graduation and transfer, dealing with probation or dismissal questions.
You can make an appointment:
- In-person: Visit the Counseling Counter in Bldg. 2 (in front of room 2218)
- By phone: Call the Counseling Office at (650) 738-4318
Drop-in counseling is offered on a limited basis, for quick answers and referrals. Drop-in counseling is not appropriate for students who need Student Educational Plans (SEP), AA/AS or Certificate evaluations, transfer evaluations or who are on academic probation or dismissal.
Please call 650-738-4318 for available drop-in times.
Additional Student Support Services
|Assessment Center||Schedule your Math, English and ESOL Placement Tests.|
|Career Counseling Services
||Major and career counseling services.|
|DegreeWorks||Monitor progress towards your degree or certificate; view your Student Educational Plan (SEP).|
|Disability Resource Center||Discuss your needs with a DRC counselor.|
|Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS)||Provides additional resources to students who face ecnonomic and/or educational barriers.|
|New Student Orientation||Learn about the information, resources and tools you'll need to succeed.|
|Psychological Services||Offers brief, confidential individual counseling, crisis intervention, mental health assessments, and community referrals.|
|Transfer Center||Provides assistance, information, and support with transfer planning to CSU, UC, and private colleges.|
|TRiO||Offers eligible students a variety of resources to promote academic success.|
|SparkPoint||Provides financial coaching, free groceries, CalFresh application support, housing resources and other support to students and other members of the community.|