Counseling, Career, and Disability Services

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Counseling can play an important role in your adjustment to the college environment.  Your JSCC Counselors are here to help you accomplish your personal, academic, and career goals.  Our mission is for you to be successful as a student from the very beginning of the application process to walking across the stage during graduation.

Whether you are a prospective student or a current student, the following services are offered to you throughout your time as a JSCC student:

  • Admissions Counseling
  • Academic Counseling
  • Personal Counseling
  • Career Counseling
  • Spartan‚Äôs Table Food Pantry¬†
  • Community Resource Referrals

Disability Support Services

James Sprunt Community College is committed to seeing that students with disabilities have equal access to and participation in all programs of study. Per Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disability Act, and approval from JSCC Disability Services, students will receive reasonable accommodations to assure equal access to all programs and activities.

Vision

James Sprunt Community College will provide open access and opportunities for learning and development while striving to create an informed and accessible campus for all students. We envision a learning community that is welcoming of all individuals and supportive of each person’s individual needs.

Location of Disability Services

Disability Services is located in the Strickland Building inside the Student Services Division, Rooms 103 and 109. Contact Todd Hunter, Coordinator of Disability Services at 910-275-6265, or Karla Blanton, Counselor at 910-275-6367 if you have questions regarding Disability Services.

Process for Requesting Accommodations

Note: Accommodations will be determined by the documentation presented to the Disability Counselor and in consultation with the student. Students are encouraged to submit the supporting documentation at least 30 days before the semester begins.

1. Complete the Disability Services Request Form.

2. A Disability Counselor will contact you for a consultation. If meeting the Disability Counselor in person is not an option, the Counselor will consult with you by phone or virtually.

3. Take supporting documentation (if needed) to a qualified medical professional for completion and return completed documentation to the Disability Counselor.

4. The Disability Counselor will contact you to discuss your approved accommodations (typically within 5-7 business days).

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