Counseling and Advising Services - This link provides you with an overview of the various counseling and advising services available to students who are seeking assistance with career or graduation planning and education-related decision making. You will also learn about the differences in roles between counselors and faculty advisors and how to access services on the Glen Ellyn campus.
You can also meet with a counselor off-campus. These off-campus centers are in convenient neighborhood locations where you can seek career and education planning, life transition and personal counseling with a professional counselor. Locations are in Westmont, Naperville, Addison, and Bloomingdale. Here you will find the exact locations, phone numbers and specific support services provided.
Advising Tools are a collection of online resources to assist in program and course planning toward a degree or transfer.
Transfer Guides - For students planning to transfer course work to an Illinois four-year college. This valuable source provides a list by college of equivalent COD courses, transfer information and direct links to the four-year colleges homepages.
Advising and Transfer Center - This is where you can get transfer planning information, course equivalency charts, college catalogs, advising-related materials and most printed program planning materials. You can also arrange to meet with a general adviser or be referred to a faculty adviser in a particular academic program of study to advise you on course selection and planning. This web site will explain the services and hours of operation for this office.
Degree Requirement - There is a planning worksheet available from this web site that outlines our Associate Degree Requirements at College of DuPage. In order to view the worksheet you will first need to download Adobe Reader.
Testing Center Services - Tests and exams for our independent study-based courses and pre-course tests are administered in the Testing Center in Glen Ellyn and at the five regional centers. Hours of operation, location and phone numbers are referenced here.
Earning Credit by Demonstrated Competence - If you think you may already be proficient in one or more of our credit courses at the college, learn how you can arrange to get credit for what you may already know through the services of our Assessment and Testing Office.
Resources and Support - This is an index of online links to a variety of COD services including the academic support areas of writing, reading, speech and math assistance available at the college.
College of DuPage Library - Access the many online catalogs, indexes and databases made available by the college Library. Learn about hours of operation, borrowing privileges, reference and circulation services, and the material collections. The Library also provides for general access to the Internet for students and the community.
Financial Aid Services at COD - Here you can access information which allows you to arrange for comprehensive financial aid services provided through state, federal and local sources of grants, loans and student work programs.
Career Services - A great resource to help devise an effective job-search strategy. Career Service specialists are available to provide job search skills, resume critiquing, interviewing skills, and many other tips and ideas to successfully make the transition into a new job.
Record Office Services - This office oversees all academic records. Here you will learn about degree audit services, management of grade reports, veterans federal benefits, and how to apply for graduation. You may download a Transcript Request Form to arrange for academic transcript to be mailed to another college or employer.
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