Counseling and Advising

Counseling and Advising


About Us

Counselors & advisors are here to help you find your way through the array of options, challenges and requirements throughout your education. 


Hours and Locations

Counseling & Advising is located on the first floor of the Student Services building on the Eureka Campus; in the DM building next to the library at our Del Norte site; and at our Klamath-Trinity site. 

Hours
Mon-Thurs.: 9:00am-5:00pm;
Fri: 9:00am-4:00pm
Sat/Sun: Closed

Hours may vary during academic breaks. Closed during Holidays.


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Meet with a Counselor or Advisor

Currently all of our counseling and advising services have been moved remotely and are available through Zoom, phone, or email.

Please call (707) 476- 4150 or email counseling@redwoods.edu to schedule an appointment

Prepare for Your Appointment

  • Apply to College of the Redwoods
  • Have your student ID number ready to verify
  • Make a list of questions you want to ask
  • Prepare documents: other college transcripts, test scores and any other records relevant to issues you want to discuss
  • If interested in transfer, make a list of potential universities and major programs

Academic Planning

Our counselors & advisors are here to answer your questions and help you plan for academic success. Drop-in anytime during our open hours and a counselor will help answer your questions! 

New Students

Do you want to earn a degree or certificate, prepare to transfer, or start a new career? Counseling & Advising can help you decide.

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Start with Online Orientation

Learn all about CR including tuition, fees, priority registration, academic progress and probation,  prerequisites, corequisite & recommended prep, student services, CR technology, and other important resources.

Attend a New Student Advising/Registration Workshop

New Student Advising/Registration Workshops usually occur the month before a new semester. Counselors and advisors will help students with WebAdvisor navigation, math and English placement, and registration of classes. There is limited seating and you must sign up in advance in order to attend. The workshop will begin promptly, so it is important to arrive on time. If you are late, you run the risk of losing your seat.

Unable to make it to a New Student Advising/Registration Workshop?

Email counseling@redwoods.edu or call the location you plan to attend to sign up for an advising session to register for classes and develop a student education plan. The placement process is not required but can be helpful to determine which English or Math classes to choose.

  • Eureka (707) 476-4150
  • Del Norte (707) 465-2300
  • Klamath-Trinity (530) 625-4846

Transfer and Articulation

Planning to transfer to a four-year college? 

Transfer is a process, not an event! The earlier you begin the process, the more likely the experience will be hassle-free and successful.

You can start completing requirements right now while you are at College of the Redwoods. Meeting with Counseling and Advising to make an Education Plan will help make sure that the courses you are taking fufill requirements at the school you plan to attend.

Services available:

  • Academic Advising
  • Resource Library
  • College Transfer Day
  • Transfer Admissions Agreements
  • Four-year University Representative Visits
 Did You Know 

The UC system may offer free tuition for students whose families earn less than $80k annually? Learn about the Blue and Gold Opportunity Plan.

Articulation

Articulation is the process of evaluating courses to determine whether coursework completed at one institution (e.g., a community college) will meet the requirements at another institution (e.g., a university) for the purposes of admission, transferable units, general education or major preparation. It is this process that ensures that the classes you take at College of the Redwoods will be credited toward your bachelor’s degree requirements when you enter a university.

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Mental Health Counseling

Students should text, email, or fax Shawna Bell directly for scheduling and/or services.

Text: 707-496-2856
Email: shawnabmft@gmail.com
Fax: 707-237-2318 (voicemail can be left via fax)

Students should state name, DOB, CR student id, and whether they have a preferred day/time. Shawna will contact you to schedule a phone session.

If you don't know your student ID please login to WebAdvisor and click on My Profile for this information

Career Planning

Discover the career exploration and job search resources!

Changes are happening at a very fast rate in the world of work. Perhaps now, more than ever, it is important that you have information available about yourself, the world of work, and how to prepare for today's job market.

Choosing a satisfying career is a process which involves many decisions, beginning now while you are still a student, or considering becoming one.

We're here to help!

Probation and Dismissal

Get Help with Academic Probation & Dismissal

A student will be placed on Academic or Progress Probation in the event that he/she demonstrates substandard academic performance. If a student is unable to recover their Academic Standing, they will be dismissed from College of the Redwoods for one term.

Contact Us

Contact Information

Eureka
707-476-4150
FAX 707-476-4416
TTY 707-476-4441
Counseling@redwoods.edu

Del Norte
707-465-2300

Klamath Trinity
530-625-4821


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