- Catalog 2022-2023
- General Information
- Letter from the District President
- Board of Trustees
- History of the College
- Mission, Vision and Values
- Equal Educational Opportunity
- 2022-2023 Academic Calendar
- 2021-2022 Academic Calendar
- Navarro College Centers
- Navarro College Foundation, Inc.
- Cook Education Center
- Small Business Development Center
- Navarro College Awards
- Admissions & Registration
- Tuition & Fees
- Student Services
- Academic Policies and Information
- Degree and Certificate Programs
- Course Descriptions
- Previous Catalogs
Counseling, Advising, and Academic Planning
While attending college, students encounter a myriad of transitions in their lives. Issues that arise may include the following: homesickness, college life issues, past experiences, relationships, identity crisis, depression, anxiety, and/or time management difficulties. Often, professional assistance can help in easing the transition into college life.
Navarro College employs counselors to provide services to the students for mental health wellness and mental health illness. Please note that all services are confidential, and off-campus mental health refereals may be necessary.
Advising and Academic Planning
Navarro College has a staff of College and Career Success Coaches (advisors) who help
students make educational and career decisions, select courses, understand transfer
requirements, and improve study skills. The Success Coaches (Advisors) can assist
with career development and arrange for testing to identify the student’s abilities,
interests, values, and personality traits. For the student who intends to pursue a
four-year program, Success Coaches (Advisors) can assist students in accessing online
catalogs from colleges and universities of interest. Navarro College offers a full
program of assessment and counseling to assist students in selecting appropriate educational
and career directions. The Carl Perkins CTE Success Center and career and technical
faculty are available to assist students who are uncertain about their career choices.
The personnel in these offices have experience in business and industry and can give
first-hand knowledge about various occupations. Whether it is with undecided majors,
or with students who have chosen a career program, or with those who have selected
a senior college to which they wish to transfer, Succes
Coaches and CTE Advisors work one-on-one to design a plan of objectives. This plan, called the degree plan, helps to assure that the student is on an educational path appropriate to his or her abilities andinterests. A degree plan is required for all students. One of two "General Studies" degree plans may be utilized for students who have not chosen a major area of study.