Academic Advising and Counseling
Advisors and Counselors can assist you in creating an educational plan that blends your interests, values, abilities, and lifestyle so that you can be successful.
Advisors and Counselors can assist you in the transfer process, whether you are transferring to North Central from another college or university, or planning to transfer North Central credits to another college or university.
Counselors work with you to help in the career decision-making process. Career tests are available to help widen your ideas about yourself and the world of work.
- Click here for Career Testing information.
Click here for links to online career information.
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
- O*net Resource Center
- Career, Job and Employment Information and Descriptions:
- Health Opportunities for Today and Tomorrow (HOTT)
- North Central Michigan College’s Career Resource Center
Counselors can provide short-term help when you are experiencing personal problems that interfere with your educational success. Referrals can also be made for services both on and off campus to facilitate a resolution to your problem, such as long-term mental health care, tutoring, or other family services.
North Central licensed professional counselors are available by appointment during the fall and winter semesters and at select times during the summer session. Counseling services are free of charge and confidential.
North Central Michigan College
1515 Howard Street
Petoskey, MI 49770
To Schedule An Appointment: 1-231-348-6605 or toll-free