Advising is available, in the Advising and Transfer Center (A102), to help you increase the likelihood of your academic, career and personal success.
There are many reasons for seeing an advisor. Advisors are available for crisis intervention and academic difficulties. You may find it helpful to speak with an advisor for the following:
- academic progress
- academic goal-setting
- concentrating or completing academic tasks
- class or instructor concerns
- balancing school, work, home or family
- depression or anxiety
- domestic violence or sexual assault
- family or relationship problems
- stress management
- eating disorders
- managing stress
- coping with traumatic events
An advisor will meet with you one or more times to discuss your concerns and help you make decisions. Carroll's advisors are qualified professionals and adhere to strict confidentiality standards unless it is deemed likely that harm may occur.
Advising sessions are available on a walk-in basis; appointments are not necessary.
Outside referrals for depression, anxiety, stress, eating disorders, relationship issues and the like are provided as necessary. Referrals may also be given for local support services including:
- Maryland Displaced Homemaker's Grant (formerly the Renew program)
- Local Clinicians and support groups
- Carroll Area Transit System