COUNSELING APPOINTMENTS

Our counselors can assist you with educational planning, academic probation/dismissal concerns, associate degree and certificate planning and application, transcript evaluations and course planning, transfer planning, and major/career exploration.

To schedule your own virtual counseling appointment click on your student success link in your OneLogin student portal account. This appointment will be held over Zoom.

Student Portal   Step by Step Instructions

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Fall 2021 Hours:

Mon-Thurs: 8:00am-6:30pm

Friday: 8:00am-12:00pm

All services are currently offered remotely

Questions? Contact us:

Email: skycounseling@smccd.edu

Phone: 650-738-4318

Ask-A-Counselor via Email

  • This option is ideal if you wish to email your question(s) to a counselor for a response.
  • Complete the Ask-a-Counselor form and a counselor's response will be sent back to you.
  • Responses will be answered Monday through Friday. Inquiries submitted after business hours on Friday and during the weekend will be answered on Monday.

Ask-a-Counselor by Email  

Student Veteran Counseling

There are two ways for student veterans to schedule an appointment with a counselor:

The best way to make an appointment with a counselor is to fill out the appointment request form below.

Veteran Appointment Request  

Please include in "Subject: Veteran appointment." In the email, your full name, your student G#, your general availability, and the reason for your request.

Request an Appointment by Email

Additional Student Support

Registration Issues

Please email Skyline Counseling for questions regarding Skyline admissions or registration such as:

  • CCC Apply (admission application)
  • Registration error messages; adding/dropping classes
  • Check the status of a Counseling form you submitted

Degree or Certificate Questions
Prerequisite Requests
  • Submit a Prerequisite Equivalency Request if you can demonstrate with a college-level course (and earned with "C" grade or higher) equivalent to the prerequisite. 
  •  Submit a Prerequisite Challenge Request if you have not met the prerequisite with a college-level course equivalent (and earned with "C" grade or higher), but you can demonstrate having met the prerequisite through other supportive documentation.
  • For non-native English speakers (it is strongly recommended to meet with a Skyline Counselor): ESOL Prerequisite Challenge Process