Student Support and Learning Services

Counseling - Room L104, (626) 585-7251

Academic Counselors can assist with educational and career guidance services. Academic Counselors meet with students on an individual or small group basis for a range of purposes: developing a Student Education Plan (SEP), interpreting placement results, determining specific course selection for immediate and future registration, identifying students’ concerns and making appropriate referrals for services, and supporting the progress and successful achievement of the students’ goal through follow-up services. Although Academic Counselors assist in long-range planning and in checking specific requirements, the responsibility for meeting graduation requirements, course prerequisites or requirements for transfer to other colleges or universities is one which must be assumed by each student. The Counseling website contains web-based tools to support your goal setting and planning process. You are encouraged to meet with an Academic Counselor as you progress towards your academic or personal goals. You can see an Academic Counselor by appointment and on a drop-in basis during hours of operation. You can also access an Academic Counselor online. Online Counseling allows PCC students or prospective students with a resource to ask general questions that pertain to reaching their educational goal at Pasadena City College. 

Transfer Center - Room L110, (626) 585-7287
Services provided by the Transfer Center include advisement by representatives from CSU, UC and independent institutions; application, essay and other transfer-related workshops; transcript prescreening for transfer eligibility; information fairs, and tours to universities. Resources include a library containing university catalogs and transfer resources in multimedia formats.

Robert G. Freeman Center - Career & Completion - IT200, (626) 585-3377
The Robert G. Freeman Center provides resources and services for students exploring areas of career development, area/major of study, career goals, employment & internships, and job development skills. Workshops are offered on topics such as Resume Writing, Interviewing Skills, LinkedIn, Employability Skills, and Internship 101 (what does an Internship consist of) and Career Exploration. Employers and Industry partners engage with the center and provide information sessions, recruitment, interviewing and testing sessions for their organizations/companies (facilitated by employers recruiting on-campus).  The center also provides major and career exploration with software programs for skill–based assessments that identify strong skills and values of each individual to enhance and maximize career exploration and informed decision-making. Career Counselors, Career Advisors and Staff are available to help students with 1:1 appointments and group workshops. We encourage appointments; however, walk-ins are always welcome.

Additional events hosted by the Robert G. Freeman Center include: Industry Career Panels with a Networking sessions and Job & Internship Career Fairs. Please visit us at Monday-Friday and allow us to share our services and help you with your career development. Visit the Robert G. Freeman Center website for more information and semester by semester business hours and upcoming events.