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Advising Needs:

For help with advising please contact: advising@mctc.edu 

Please include your 942#, name, and degree program when leaving an email or message.

The Office of Advising, Veteran Affairs & Accessibility Services strives to promote student success by empowering, educating, and enabling students to take ownership and control of achieving their academic goals and plans, preparing them for civic responsibility and careers. We are dedicated to delivering high-quality advising services and providing timely academic resources and pertinent information to the student body.

Advising, Accessibility Services, and Veterans Student Services are located in the One-Stop for Student Services on the college’s main campus in Room 101.

Students may locate his/her/their advisor listed in MyMCTC or Degree Works but are encouraged to contact advising@mctc.edu for assistance if needed. 

One-Stop hours of operation are:

Monday-Thursday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Friday 8:00 am- 3:00 pm

Financial Aid:

For students needing assistance with Financial Aid, please contact that department via email OFA@mctc.edu, phone 304-710-3370 or visit the One Stop to see a Financial Aid Counselor in person. 

Academic Advising

Academic advising at Mountwest is a joint effort between our faculty and student success counselors. Our counselors have specialized knowledge of courses and programs and are the best sources of information on how to complete your program requirements.

Whether you need help deciding which courses to take or help making the most of the resources available to you at Mountwest, your student success counselor can help you figure out what you can do to become a successful student. Our counselors will develop a one-on-one relationship with you and will be your first contact when/if an academic problem surfaces. This person has a personal interest in your success. He or she will help you:

  • Identify and accomplish career and life goals in a timely manner and before major academic deadlines;
  • Develop growth through self-awareness;
  • Identify realistic educational and career goals, as well as a program of study to achieve them; and
  • Embrace life challenges beyond the college experience.

Off-Campus Mental Health Resources and Referrals:

Mountwest provides off-campus resources and referrals to students struggling with abuse, anger management, anxiety, chemical dependency, depression, eating disorders, grief and loss, sleep problems and stress. Please contact Amandia Bowen for assistance or more information. Please contact bowena@mctc.edu for more information.

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