Counseling

Welcome to the Counseling Department

Mission Statement

The Compton College Counseling Department is a guiding force for our diverse student population on their path to completion and pursuit of success. We promote an inclusive environment where students can explore, identify, and achieve their academic, career, and personal goals. 

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*Virtual counseling drop-in Career counseling appointments
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*Drop-In Hours are subject to change*  Summer 2024 Virtual and In Person Drop-In Schedule

Summer Session Schedule: Summer 2024 Schedule Counselors will be available both in person and virtual drop-ins.



Counseling Department Office Hours

                                                  Call us at (310) 900-1600, ext. 2076
                                   Location: Student Services Building, 2nd Floor, Room 266


Summer Session 2024 Hours of Operation
June 24 - June 27, 2024

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
8am-6:30pm 8am-6:30pm 8am-6:30pm 8am-6:30pm CLOSED

*Summer Session Schedule will be Drop-Ins.  No appointments needed.

Disclaimer: Starting June 17 - August 2nd, 2024. Campus will be closed on Fridays. 



The Counseling Department will continue to assist you in-person, via telephone, email, online chat, and video appointments. We are committed to helping you achieve your goals and navigate the college experience. Thank you for choosing Compton College, where every student is a success story!

Dr. Cesar Jimenez
Dean of Counseling and Guided Pathways
310-900-1600, ext. 2084

Counseling Department Contact Information

Student Services Building
310-900-1600, Ext. 2076
counseling@compton.edu

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Service Area Outcomes (SAO) Assessment Plan

SAO Statement(s):
1. At the end of their individual counseling session, students will have learned more about the services, support programs and/or resources to meet, advance, or complete their goals.
2. Students who meet with a counselor will have a better understanding of what is required in order to achieve their academic goals, leading to a successful academic semester and persist to the next semester. (Successful is defined as earning a cumulative GPA of a 2.0 or higher and at least 50% completion of units attempted that semester)

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