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E-Counseling Form

To contact the e-counselor, please complete the following information.

* Required information

Contact Information
*Student Name
Prefix *First Name *Last Name
*City *State *Zip Code
Phone (include area code) *E-mail Address
Are you under 18?
Yes No
Are you a:
Future Student? Current Student? Other?
Do you participate in the Disabled Students Services Program?
Yes No
Academic Information

E-counselor attempts to send you current and accurate information, but academic information changes frequently. When you change your major, career goal, or educational objective, you are likely to receive different information. We strongly recommend you meet with a counselor in the middle of each semester to plan your next coursework.

What major do you plan to study at Solano Community College?
If Undecided, please list which majors or classes interest you.
If your goal is to transfer to a four-year university or college for a Bachelor's Degree, please specify your transfer plans (check all that apply):
California State University (CSU)
San Francisco
University of California (UC)
Los Angeles (UCLA)
Private/Independent College or University
Out-of-state College or University
What are your educational goals?

Due to changes in college requirements and policies, all replies are to be used as advisory and informational only and will not constitute an official determination by Solano Community College. Referral to websites and resources does not imply that e-counselors endorse all of the information given within those sites.

Keep in mind that e-counselors only provide academic information and are not offering personal or psychological counseling of any kind. Online e-counseling records are permanently archived.

Please type your question for the e-counselor in the box below.

CAUTION: Because of the nature of the Internet and email technology, there can be no assurance of confidentiality when using this online service. Therefore, you should use caution when sending any information you believe is of a confidential nature, because internet messages can be intercepted by a third party after you click "Submit."