Student Advising and Counseling Center

The Student Advising and Counseling Center provides a supportive and professional environment promoting the exploration and development of individual strengths that encourage academic success and personal growth. Take advantage of the knowledge and resources you’ll find at the Advisement Center to learn about courses, degree options, requirements for programs and concentrations, and learning resources at the College. In addition, counselors are also available for career planning, personal counseling and transfer opportunities.

The Center is dedicated to furthering the educational mission of Sussex County Community College by assisting students to be academically successful.

The Student Advising and Counseling Center is located on the main floor of the Academic Building and is open Monday from 8:00 am–6:30 pm and Tuesday through Friday from 8:00 am–5:00 pm. Staff is available by appointment and for walk-in sessions.

IF YOU ARE GRADUATING FROM HIGH SCHOOL THIS YEAR, we recommend that you complete your academic advisement process at a SOAR- Student Orientation Advising & Registration session. Click here for details.

Students are strongly encouraged to schedule an appointment to assure there is adequate time to meet their needs. Walk-in sessions are intended to be shorter than scheduled sessions. If a walk-in session is not adequate, scheduling an appointment will be recommended.

To reserve an appointment, click our new online appointment system!

If this is your first time on the site you will be asked to set up an account. Appointments can be scheduled up to a month in advance. Appointments will not be accepted the two weeks before and the first week after the beginning of a new semester. During those weeks only walk-in sessions will be held.

Types of Appointments:

  • Academic Advising
    Academic Advising is an opportunity to exchange information designed to help students reach their educational and career goals. Advising is a shared responsibility between an adviser and the student. Academic advisers can assist in this process by helping the student understand options, determine resources and, when necessary, identify alternatives.
  • Personal Counseling
    The SCCC Student Advisement Center offers short-term personal counseling. Personal counseling is private, confidential and free of charge. Personal Counselors are licensed mental health professionals.
  • Transfer Planning
    Transfer advising helps guide students who plan to move on to a 4 year school after SCCC. Students are able to discuss topics that include, but are not limited to, transfer schools, discuss transferring credits to a 4 year school and our transfer agreements.
  • Veteran Academic Advising
    Veteran academic advisement is strictly for our Veteran students. Here they are able to meet with our Veteran Services Director to discuss not only their academic plans, but also their VA Benefits and any other questions they might have.
  • Pre-Nursing Advising
    Pre-Nursing Advising is for students who wish to meet with an advisor to discuss the proper pre-requisites and application process/eligibility for our Nursing Program on campus.
  • Proctor Testing
    All proctor testing takes place in B319


The Student Advisement Center