The mission of the Coastline College Counseling Department is to guide and support our diverse student population through their educational journey, while serving as the bridge across academic disciplines and student services throughout Coastline College to promote access, understanding, and communication. By providing a holistic approach in proactive educational planning with practices focused on innovative, equitable, and enriching services, the counseling department leads students to empowerment and success.
All Coastline students have easy access to professionally trained counselors that can assist with clarifying educational, career and life goals, personal counseling, educational planning and course selection, and college and university transfer services. New, continuing, and re-entry students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to map out and discuss their educational plans, and learn about college programs and opportunities designed to enhance student success, extend learning “beyond the classroom,” and prepare for the next steps after Coastline.
Counselors are available at Coastline’s College Center in Fountain Valley, Newport Beach Campus, Garden Grove Campus, and Westminster-Le-Jao Campus throughout the academic year. Academic counseling and advisement for military students is available by emailing email@example.com, or by calling the Counseling Office (714) 241-6162.
Connect with a Counselor by Phone, Online, or In-Person
Need help mapping your path toward a four-year university or your dream career? Contact a Coastline counselor! Our professionally trained and courteous counselors are available to assist you with:
- Educational Planning
- Career Exploration
- Counseling Courses for Student Success
- Transfer Planning
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In-person or by Phone
Schedule an in-person or telephone appointment with a counselor by calling the Counseling Office (714) 241-6162 during business hours: Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Friday, 8 a.m. to Noon or schedule an appointment online. Appointments are available from morning to early evening, depending on the location at which you choose to meet with your counselor. When making an appointment, the counseling center assistant will explain the types of documentation you will need to gather if you have prior coursework from another college; this information will help your counselor provide the most accurate Educational Plan for your academic and career goals.
See and speak with your counselor in real-time via your computer in a video counseling appointment or during drop-in hours. It is a highly effective way to get an answer to your planning questions from a counselor or the counseling support team. To learn more, visit the Coastline Counseling Webpage.
Use eAdvising for basic counseling questions via email. Visit the Coastline eAdvising webpage to access the eAdvising system.