Counseling & Career Development Center
The Counseling & Career Development Center, a part of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management, offers a variety of programs and services to all West Georgia students. To inquire about services, stop by Row Hall, call 678-839-6428, or visit http://www.westga.edu/counseling. All contacts with the center are confidential.
Personal Counseling Service
Professional Counselors are available to assist students in coping with personal problems. The student may work individually with a counselor or in a small group. Workshops are regularly held to help students learn to plan their futures and to deal with other concerns of university life.
Career Counseling is available for students and is a developmental program that begins with self knowledge, learns about the market place, works on decision making and informs students about career transition. Career devlopment is available in individual appointment or in groups.