Check out the newly launched Undocumented Students (AB 540) web page containing information and resources for undocumented students!
The Counseling Department is happy to be offering several sections of Personal Development, online, hybrid, and in-person, for Fall 2015! Courses begin on Monday, August 31.
- are proven to improve students GPA and ability to succeed in college
- are taught be a Counseling Faculty Member
- are transferable to CSU/UC
- will focus on self discovery, college study skills and transfer/degree planning
Please note: PD-103 and PD-105 also meet Area E on CSU GE Plan B.
We can help you reach your goals!
The Counseling Department is here to serve all students of Ohlone College. Counselors meet with students individually, in small groups, workshops, and in classes to help students in achieving their academic goals and personal growth. Counselors are educated to directly assist students with a wide range of issues and are knowledgeable about other helpful resources at Ohlone and in the community. Counselors can provide career information and assessment, orientation, and other general counseling services. Counselors have current college transfer information and help students with transfer plans.
Did You Know…?
Ohlone has the fifth highest transfer rate of all Bay Area community colleges. Source: California Community Colleges Student Success Scorecard. Visit the Transfer Center for transfer assistance, such as transfer workshops, applications, scholarships, and more!
This website is intended to provide useful information to help you succeed in your personal and educational endeavors. As information is constantly changing, we encourage students to see a counselor at least once a semester. Welcome!
- New Students' Responsibilities regarding Counseling
- Continuing Students' Responsibilities regarding Counseling
- Services for Re-entry Adults
See also How to Enroll on the Admissions and Records website.
- Fremont campus: (510) 659-6110;
Student Services Center (Building 7), Room 7302, third floor
- Newark Center: (510) 742-2341;
Newark Student Services Center, Room NC1312, first floor, Wing 3
- Drop-in Sessions