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How to respond to a student in crisis, of concern, or misconduct Responding to a student crisis Responding to a student concern Responding to student conduct
How to respond to a student in crisis, of concern, or misconduct Responding to a student crisis Responding to a student concern Responding to student conduct

Students who would benefit from mental health counseling aimed at relationship and/or family issues, feelings of sadness, anxiety, grief, or coping strategies should contact the Student Health Center or call (909) 274-4400.

Students who would benefit from academic or career counseling should contact the Counseling Center or call (909) 274-4380.

Noncredit students needing academic and career counseling services should contact the School of Continuing Education:

  • Adult Basic Education
    (909) 274-4845
  • English as A Second Language
    (909) 274-5235
  • Short-Term Vocational
    (909) 274-4220
  • Older Adult Ed/Adults with Disabilities
    (909) 274-4192