Personal and Success Counseling

Rock Valley College Personal and Success Counseling’s mission is to prepare students for learning and personal success throughout life.  We educate and facilitate the growth of the whole person for living, learning, and coping in an unpredictable and diverse world. We work in conjunction with our colleagues across campus toward the promotion of a healthy campus environment for all those who learn and work at RVC by providing professional outreach and educational services and by fostering collaborative relationships across the campus.

The PSC Department seeks to create and sustain a campus environment that supports the holistic development of each student and contributes to their optimal academic success by:

  • Facilitating and supporting identity development
  • Community responsibility
  • Health and wellness
  • Multicultural awareness
  • Social justice
  • Mental health development

 

Personal Counseling


Students will be provided assistance with feelings of anxiety, depression, inadequacy, loneliness, or any personal concern students may be struggling with.  The Personal and Success Counselor will offer short term counseling and will provide community resources if long term counseling is the better solution for the student. 

RVC Personal and Success Counseling Department has also partnered with Restore Counseling & Recovery of Rockford, who will provide reasonable payment options for students needing long term counseling needs, with or without insurance. Restore Counseling is located just two blocks from the East State and Perryville intersection, just minutes from the Rock Valley College main campus.

Restore Counseling and Recovery     

Restore Counseling & Recovery
7210 E. State Street Suite 206
Rockford, IL 61108
(815) RESTORE
restorerockford.com

 


 

Success Counseling
 

  • Academic Goal Setting
  • Individualized Time Management Plans
  • Individualized Study Techniques
  • GPA Recovery Strategies
  • Utilizing Learning Styles
  • Academic Success Plan

For more information on these free services for RVC students, call (815) 921-4281.
 

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