Welcome to the Parkland College Counseling Services office. Our office covers a number of counseling-related services for students, including Academic Advising, Accessibility Services, Mental Health Counseling, and Career Services. Assistance from our Academic Advising, Accessibility Services, and Mental Health Counseling units is available for current students; Career Services assistance is available for prospective and current students.
What kind of help do we provide? Take a look:
- Academic Advising: We offer the academic and educational planning support students need to complete their chosen degree or certificate. We assist students with course selection, transfer options, and guidance throughout their educational path.
- Counseling: Short-term, solution-focused, and confidential mental health counseling is available for currently enrolled students. Students experiencing significant distress are seen as soon as possible.
- Career Services: Students come for help with exploring their interests, skills, and values, to select college majors and career goals. Services include assistance with resume writing, interviewing skills, and other job search strategies.
- Accessibility Services: Parkland offers academic accommodations for students with documented disabilities. These accommodations can include alternate testing arrangements, note takers, textbooks in alternate format, sign language interpreters, captioning services, and adaptive aids.
Same-day and advance appointments are available. Stop by U267 or call 217/351-2219. Please check in at the front desk with your student ID when you arrive. If you have an appointment and are more than 10 minutes late, you will likely need to reschedule.
Call 217/351-2219 with any questions. If you are traveling from outside the area, please make sure to call to confirm that someone will be available to see you.
Mental Health and the Black Community
Join us for an overview of the disturbing increase in mental health concerns in the Black community, a historical perspective on barriers to treatment, and recommendations for positive health and wellness.
May 17, 2022 from 11 am - 1 pm
Parkland College Union Building
Donna Tanner-Harold, M.Ed, LCPC
Joycelyn Landrum-Brown, Ph.D
Joe Omo Osagie, M.Ed, MSW