Lake Tahoe Community College counselors are trained to help students reach their educational and career goals by providing career and academic counseling, helping students to explore their options and select a major, and by providing students with information to meet transfer and degree or certificate requirements. They also assist students with other issues that can impact their academic performance.
All students are encouraged to talk with one of the counselors, located in the One-Stop Office. Please bring a copy of any previous course work to discuss course planning.
Please see the FAQ for further information.
Types of Counseling
In-Person Counseling Appointments
Phone Counseling: (530) 541-4660 x. 211
Online CounselingLTCC provides access to counseling for all current and prospective students via the Cranium Café, an online counseling service portal. If you are interested in a video counseling appointment using Cranium Café, please make an appointment online. Before joining the meeting, please test your webcam and microphone settings via a Pre-Meeting Check site. Video meetings work best with either Chrome or Firefox web browsers.
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Provides services to veterans in both access and success in college.
Extended Opportunities Programs and Services is a program designed to assist students with economic, linguistic, and educational challenges enroll and succeed in higher education.
The Foster and Kinship Care Education program is here to provide provisions of education and training to potential and existing foster parents and families.
California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids is a welfare program that gives cash aid and services to eligible needy California Families.
The Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education program is for EOPS students who are single parents receiving aid.
The Student Success and Support Program provides California Community College students with support services necessary to assist them in their educational goal
Student Equity is here to close achievement gaps in access and success in underrepresented student groups.
The Basic Skills Initiative was created to improve curriculum, instruction, student services and program practices in the areas of basic skills and ESL programs.