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FPC Counseling

“Our Goal is Your Success”

Counseling Services at Frank Phillips College provides students with a range of resources to assist them in formulating plans and making decisions in various phases of their academic, personal, and vocational development.

Transfer 101
The Web site www.transfer101.org is packed with user-friendly information and step-by-step instructions on how to successfully transition from community colleges to universities.

Academic Advisement

The Academic Advisement process includes meeting with a counselor or faculty advisor to choose courses and make appropriate decisions concerning students’ academic goals.  Contact Dr. Deborah Johnson, Director of Counseling, Testing, and Career at 806-457-4200, ext. 777. The Counselor's office is located in the Classroom Learning Center's Office of Educational Services.  We exist to serve students and can help you in the following areas:

  • If you are currently enrolled at FPC, returning to college or taking the first step toward college
  • with advisement for FPC programs
  • with career advisement, exploration and planning
  • with questions about transferring to another college
  • with personal concern

All services are free and confidential

Fall and Spring semesters
8:00AM through 5:00PM Monday through Thursday

8:00AM through 4:00PM Friday

Summer semesters
8:00AM through 4:00PM Monday through Thursday


Ulifeline is an online resource center for college student mental health and emotional well being. If you wish to reach them by phone, call 1-800-273-TALK. www.ulifeline.org


The CareNet group provides free support and counseling  and will give you accurate information about pregnancy, relationships, lifestyles, abortion and parenting. No matter what your background is, or what circumstances you’re facing, you can find professional and caring help at CareNet. http://www.borgercarenet.com/


VETERANS: Make the Connection

VETERANS: Make the Connection connects veterans, their family members and friends, and other advocates with mental health information, local resources, and inspiring stories of recovery. https://maketheconnection.net/

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