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 Welcome to Hartnell's Counseling Services

If you have outside college transcripts and need an evaluation AND you have completed at least 6 semester units at Hartnell, please: 1) send official transcripts to Admissions & Records, then 2) call 831-755-6820 or contact your cohort program to book a counseling appointment.

We have Drop-In/Express and 30-60min appointments available. If you cannot find an open appointment slot, please call (831) 755-6820 or visit our Virtual Help Desk for assistance.

Soonest Available- Main Campus  Soonest Available - Alisal Campus  Soonest Available- Soledad Education Center 

Soonest Available - King City Ed Center  Sooonest Available - Castroville

You can also choose a Counselor by Meta Major (your program of study).

Find your Meta Major below and book your appointment!

Ag Business and Industries Meta Majors

Arts and Languages Mets Majors

Health Sciences Meta Major

Heather Rodriguez

Gemma Uribe

Book with your Counselors

Social Sciences Meta Major

STEM Meta Major


Student Services and Support Programs

Office of Equity Programs  -

Through diverse program offerings and activities, the Office of Equity Programs provides an inclusive, holistic approach to serving students and families to ensure that every student receives the support necessary to achieve their educational goals at Hartnell College. 

Sports & Athletics students, contact your coach in order to be considered an official Hartnell College athlete.  Afterwards, you will have the ability to reach the athletic counselors.


Rich Givens Counselor 

The Transfer and Career Center provides guidance in university transfer information, career exploration, and job preparation. 

Transfer & Career Center 

Umoja, (a Kiswahili word meaning unity) is a community and critical resource dedicated to enhancing the cultural and educational experiences of our California (CA) Community College students. The Umoja Community serves at risk, educationally and economically disadvantaged students, believing that when the voices and histories of students are deliberately and intentionally recognized, students develop self-efficacy and a foundation for academic success.

Open for Umoja students only!

Tony Anderson

Appointments available for veterans only.

Gemma Uribe

∗Please review the Zoom Etiquette Expectations prior to your appointment.