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Support Services for Student-Athletes

Everett Community College offers a number of services to support our students, as well as help them achieve their educational goals. 

    There are faculty advisors on campus to help you create a Degree Plan so that you stay on track to graduate. 
    Find your Faculty Advisor based on your intended major. Advisor List
    Questions on advising? Email - 

Career Resources
    The Counseling and Student Success (CSS) website serves as a launching pad for career pathways. 
    The CSS can help with obtaining information on programs, careers, educational preparation, future outlook, wages, job search skills and so much more. 
    Located Parks Student Union - 3rd Floor
    Questions? Email or call 425-388-9263

Center for Disability Services
    EvCC is committed to providing an equal opportunity for students with disabilities. 
    The CDC Office is located in Parks Student Union 335 (3rd floor, between Financial Aid & WorkSource)

Counseling and Student Success
    Their mission is to educated and serve students to develop and achieve their academic, career and personal goals.
    Located Pasrks Student Union - 3rd Floor
    Questions? Email or call 425-388-9263

Crisis Resources
    For crisis resources contact Counseling and Student Success during office hours. 425-388-9263, or 3rd floor Parks Student Union.
    Or contact one of the services lists on the above link.

Diversity and Equity Center
    The Diversity and Equity Center combines programs and services of:
    Multicultural Student Success Center and Women's Programs and Services to recruit, retain and graduate students of color, women, and LGBTQ students.
    Located Parks Student Union 310
    Questions? Email or call 425-388-9306

Suicide Prevention Resources
    If you or someone you know is considering suicide, this link has some good resources to help with the best ways to assist someone in distress. 

TRiO Student Support Services
    Empowering first generation, low-income students & students with disabilities to navigate opportunities and barriers in order to author their authentic dreams.
    For more information contact: Kesia Ceniceros at 425-388-9086 in Monte Cristo 205 or email at 

University Transfer FAQ's
    This page has a lot of useful information for those looking to transfer to a 4-year University after Everett CC.