Student Development Offices and Programs
Academic Counselors are available to guide you in planning successful long -term programs of study.
Accent on Success (AOS) Program
For academically at-risk/restricted students whose cumulative GPA is less than 2.0, mandated counseling is required.
Career and Transfer Counseling
Counselors are available to help you with career and college decisions. Transfer Services include one on one college counseling, college searches, scholarship availability, etc. Career Services includes, one on one career counseling, on-campus recruitment, interviewing skill building, resume writing, etc.
Chi Alpha Epsilon – National Honor Society
Students who hold a 3.0 cumulative GPA for 2 consecutive full-time semesters or 3 consecutive part-time semesters who began their studies taking one or more non-credit (remedial) courses are encouraged to join this prestigious National Honor Society.
Students who are taking non-credit classes in Math, English, and/or Reading, are mandated to meet with an Academic Counselors.
Educational Opportunity Program
Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) provides academic support and financial assistance to students who show promise for mastering college-level work, but who may otherwise find the college transition difficult.
TRIO/Student Support Services
TRIO assists students needing one or more remedial courses who are low income, first generation college students or disabled.
Veterans Resource Office
The Veterans Resource Office at Westchester Community College is committed to providing Veterans and Reserve component personnel, as well as active duty, family members, and dependents, the support they need through a variety of programs and services, intended to make a seamless transition into the college environment.