COUNSELING AND ADVISING CENTER
The Counseling and Advising Center offers various resources designed to assist students to achieve academic success, acquire skills for employment, improve personal well-being and develop effective skills for interacting in a diverse environment. The Counseling Center is located in Deccio Building C-164. Counseling services are available to registered YVCC student at no cost. Services available through the Counseling Center include:
- short-term personal counseling
- career counseling
- transfer information
- decision making regarding career and life goals
- fear of tests and new situations
- academic counseling
- college survival skills
- student advocacy
For more information on the Counseling and Advising Center call (509) 574-4956.
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The Yakima Valley Community College (YVCC) Mathematics Center opened during the fall quarter of 1994. The Center was designed to fill a need at YVCC by providing instructional assistance to students in college-level mathematics classes. YVCC Mathematics Center offers tutoring to all Yakima Valley Community College students at no cost. The Math Center is located in Glenn Anthon Hall Room 101.
For more information on the Math Center call (509) 574-4862.
The Tutoring Center offers all day drop-in tutoring for math, chemistry and Spanish, and group tutoring for all science courses. For information on tutoring or becoming a tutor, stop by or call the center and speak with the coordinators. The Tutoring Center is located in Prior Hall Room 171. The tutoring center offers free tutoring services for all Yakima Valley Community College students.
For more information on the Tutoring Center call (509) 574-4996.
The Writing Center provides one-to-one writing support to student writers at all levels of experience and writing skills across the curriculum. The Writing Center welcomes writers from all backgrounds and of all skill levels; The Writing Center reads, listens, and talks with you about your work in all stages of the writing process; the Writing Center helps you to identify the strengths and weaknesses of your writing; discusses writing strategies; answers your questions about spelling, punctuation, and grammar; The Writing Center shows you how to proofread and correct errors and; the Writing Center respects your decisions about what to change in your writing projects. The Writing Center is located in Glenn Anthon Hall Room 125.
For more information on the Writing Center (509) 574-4829 or visit Online Writing Center.