Advising & Counseling Services
Book an Appointment With Your Assigned Advisor
Your Advisor can assist you with academic planning, course selection, and transferring to a four year college or university. You may meet with your Advisor through the following formats:
- Booked Appointment - On Campus
- Booked Appointment - Virtually using WebEx on your computer, tablet, or smartphone.
Meeting Virtually with your Advisor saves you time, transportation costs, and allows you to do so in the comfort of the environment you choose.
Don’t have an assigned Advisor yet? No problem. While you’re waiting for an Advisor to be assigned to you, please schedule a Virtual Drop-in Session below to meet with an Advisor.
Virtual Drop-in Advising Sessions
All new students not yet assigned an Advisor are encouraged to attend a Virtual Drop-in Advising Session. In this session you will have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with an Academic Advisor to discuss your education plans and goals. Students who have an assigned Advisor are encouraged to book an appointment with their advisor using their Starfish Account. [Read more about Starfish here]
Click a link to register!
9am - 11am
1pm - 3pm
5pm - 7pm
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|Tuesday, November 28|
|Friday, December 1|
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Prefer to Do It On Your Own
- Check out our Self-service page (register on your own using our helpful videos)
- Check out our how-to register for courses video here.
- Review the courses you need to register for to complete your degree here.
Personal/Mental Health Resources
CCRI has partnered with TELUS Health Student Support to provide 24/7 mental health and well-being support to students, including real-time and scheduled access to professional counselors. All services are confidential and 100% FREE to CCRI students!
In addition to TELUS Health Student Support, the Advising and Counseling Center offers a full range of services for enrolled students including academic advising, personal counseling and mental health resources.
At CCRI, we know that one of the strategies for supporting student success is to provide for the mental health needs of our students. Our Student Development Counselors are trained to provide short-term personal counseling to our students who are registered for the current term, with the highest level of professionalism and ethical standards. Student Development Counselors will connect students with community resources if they need support beyond the counseling available to them at the college. In these cases where the college has identified external mental health supports, the college will continue to provide that student with high-quality academic advising for as long as they are students at CCRI.