Counseling & Testing
Counseling services are available to each student. Conversations and counseling sessions between the student and counselor are confidential. Counselors assist students with personal, family, health and social services concerns. Any time a student has concerns, he or she is highly encouraged to seek the guidance and support of REOC counselors.
Program counselors have knowledge of services that are available to assist students with disabilities. It is the responsibility of the individual student to disclose a disability and seek out services and accommodations. A form will be provided. Counselors serve as a referral source directing the student to community agencies and/or contacts that assist students with their problems and concerns.
Counseling Center Hours:
See your designated Program Counselor for specific appointment times.
Q: How can a Counselor help me?
A: Each student is assigned a Program Counselor upon enrollment at REOC. Counselors assist students with personal, family, health and social services concerns as well as academic and career advisement. Program Counselors also provide information regarding legal aid, housing assistance, health care, and other important referral information.