About Our Services
Counseling & Student Development Services provides comprehensive counseling and supportive services to Ocean County College and Kean/Ocean students, faculty, and staff. Our mission focuses on the psychological well-being and academic success of our students.”
STEP by STEP to Academic Success: A program designed to help students who are academically at risk to learn the skills needed for academic success. In the Step by Step seminar you will:
- Explore what it takes to be successful in college
- Master the skills of prioritizing, time-management and goal setting
- Connect with Counseling & Student Development Services' support network
- Reconnect with the motivational reason for coming to OCC - develop a life purpose
To view the flyer with the information about the Step-by-Step sessions, including available dates and times, click on the Step-by-Step to Academic Success link.
To register for a Step-by-Step session, sign into your Ocean Connect account. On the right side of the welcome page, under Events and Orientations, click on the Register for an Event link. In the Available Events box, select the Step_by_Step event link. Register by clicking on one of the available dates and times.
Confidential and personal counseling services are provided by trained and licensed counselors. We assist students in dealing with personal, social, and/or emotional concerns that interfere with academic success and learning. We also work with students who are academically at-risk through the Step-by-Step to Academic Success program. Counseling services are available Monday – Thursday, 9:00 am to 7:00 pm and Friday, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
For personal, free and confidential counseling services, call: 732-255-0400, ext. 2945 or email, firstname.lastname@example.org
Other programs of Counseling & Student Development Services include, Student Support Services (SSS) and Displaced Homemakers Program of Ocean County (DHP).
SSS is a federal grant funded program that offers support services to enrolled students who are first-generation, or low-income, or disabled and who need additional services to achieve academic success. For more information, contact Diana Gatti.
DHP of Ocean County is a state grant funded program which provides services to individuals who lost their primary source of income due to separation, divorce, disability or death of the primary family wage earner. The emphasis of the DHP is to move to economic self-sufficiency. For more information contact Eileen Burdge.
Counseling & Student Development Services' main office is located in the ICCT Bldg #22, Room 108. 732-255-0400 ext. 2945.
- The following services are located in Bldg #22 within the main office:
|Counseling Services: email: email@example.com||732-255-0400 ext. 2945|
|Displaced Homemakers Program of Ocean County: email: firstname.lastname@example.org||732-255-0400 ext. 2297|
- The following services are located in the College Center, CCTR Bldg # 9.
|Student Support Services: Room 103: email: email@example.com
||732-255-0400 ext. 2352|
- September is Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month - view our flyer for more information
- October is Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention Month - view our flyer for more detailed information
- New Series: #I Got That
Feeling overwhelmed? Did you know that physical activity is a great stress buster? Counseling & Student Development Services invites you to gather some stressed out friends and head to the gym for a quick game of basketball, volleyball, or pickleball. View our flyer for more Fall Activities and Events.
Displaced Homemakers of Ocean County
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