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Counseling & Student Development

How to Schedule a Virtual Session

Academic Advising Virtual Session Request:

Students are encouraged to use My Backpack self-service tools to plan courses and communicate electronically to their assigned advisor. My Backpack is accessible through students MCC4Me accounts and academic planning tools are located in the “Advising” tab in My Backpack. Students can add courses to their timeline by selecting the “Timeline” tab. Please ensure that you click the “Request Review” tab located in the top right corner to notify your academic advisor that there is a pending review for approval. You can also use the “Compose a note” feature under the “Note” tab in My Backpack.

For students in need of an Academic Advising session, there are several ways to request a virtual advising session:

Phone Request: (810) 762-0331
Email Request: advising@mcc.edu
My Compass: A "Raise Your Hand" flag has been created in your My Compass account. These flags will be responded to by the Academic Advisement Center to schedule your virtual session.

Personal Counseling Virtual Session Request:

For students who would like to speak to one of our Licensed Professional Counselors, there are several ways to request a virtual counseling session:

Phone Request: (810) 762-0111
Email Request: Counsel@mcc.edu
CARE Team Self-Report: CARE Report 
My Compass: A "Raise Your Hand" flag has been created in your My Compass account. These flags will be responded to by the Counseling Center to schedule your virtual session.

Advising

Our Academic Advisors help you stay on track and graduate while getting the most of your time at MCC.

Advising Expectations
Transfer to University
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Academic Advising FAQ
Counseling

Our Licensed Professional Counselors help students cope with life issues.

Personal Counseling
Career Counseling
Meet Your Counselor
Supportive Resources
Academic Classes

Courses taught by Counseling & Student Development can transfer and satisfy elective credits for an associate degree.

Classes include stress management, career exploration, and study skills.

CASD Courses
Resources for Success

Learn techniques to help reduce your stress quickly and how to better manage your time!

Stress Reduction
Time Management
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Mott Community College Counseling and Student Development
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK(8255) suicidepreventionlifeline.org

Check out our upcoming workshops and what the Counseling & Student Development faculty are doing!

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March 24, 2020
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