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Counseling & Career Development

Notice: If you're experiencing an emergency

Our phone support is not for emergencies. If you’re experiencing a mental health emergency, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. Other resources include: The 24/7 Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), The Crisis Text Line (Text HELLO to 741741). If your distress is related to COVID-19, you can contact the Disaster Distress Helpline at 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746 to connect with a crisis counselor for free confidential crisis support.

We're here to help you adjust to college and achieve emotional and mental well-being.

Schedule a free, 45-minute appointment

We provide appointments at no cost to currently enrolled students through Telemental Health online and phone services.

Call (616) 234-4130 to make an appointment.

Additional resources can be found on After Hours Help.

Counseling & mental wellness

We believe mental wellness can be the first step in empowering you to achieve your academic or professional goals.

From free one-on-one counseling to uniquely tailored workshops, assessments and referrals, we're here to help through online counseling and mental health services.

Career exploration & development

Whether you're having trouble identifying which path is right for you, or you want to make sure you're on the right track, we offer tools that can help you gain confidence in your journey.

Meet with us to explore

  • Self-assessment tools.
  • Value and interest exploration.
  • Assistance with decision-making processes.
  • Resources to help you prepare for your next career opportunity.

See career development services

CCD Equity and Inclusion Statement

GRCC’s Counseling and Career Development center (CCD) faculty and staff are wholly committed to providing culturally competent services to the GRCC campus community and to fostering an environment that is respectful and inclusive of all. We are privileged to welcome and serve students from all walks of life. We celebrate and affirm the diverse characteristics and identities of our students, including (but not limited to) those related to age, race, color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, height, weight, socioeconomic status, familial status, veteran status, and political affiliation. 

The CCD center is careful to consider the impacts of historical, cultural, social, political, racial, and economic factors on the experiences, thoughts, emotions, and behaviors of the students we serve. We also acknowledge the impact that stereotypes, prejudice, discrimination, and oppression have on the mental health and well-being of GRCC students. We further understand that these factors oftentimes have a direct impact on academic success.

With this in mind, the CCD center strives to create, promote, and maintain an atmosphere of acceptance, safety, and authenticity. Our commitment to equity and inclusion includes a genuine commitment to openness and advocacy for all GRCC students. The CCD center respects, honors, and celebrates the various social identities, backgrounds, similarities, and differences that makes GRCC a vibrant campus and learning community. This steadfast dedication drives and guides our departmental efforts to expand and enhance our collective knowledge base as it relates to addressing the mental health challenges of a diverse campus community.

Contact Info

Fax
(616) 234-3622
Office
Student Center, 3rd Floor

Office Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:00 am-5:00 pm

Faculty & Staff

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