Advantage Program Counselors

Counselors help students:

  • Obtain general information about admissions, skills assessment, courses of study and registration procedures.
  • Understand information on degree requirements at 4C's and other colleges or universities.
  • Develop an educational plan.
  • Provide transfer information.
  • Select appropriate classes based on skills assessment.
  • Make decisions about educational and career goals

Counseling is:

  • A shared responsibility between the student and counselor.
  • Provided by professional counselors.
  • An on-going process in which a student meets with a counselor during the semester to discuss career and academic goals.
  • An opportunity for the student to discuss issues and concerns, and to receive information and support.

To make an appointment with your Advantage Counselor call (508) 362-2131 x4321.

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Doug Terry – Director
Phone: (508) 362-2131 x4509
Location: Maureen M. Wilkens Building
Room: 219

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Diane Nash – Counselor
Phone: (508) 362-2131 x4691
Location: Maureen M. Wilkens Building
Room: 226

Carla Machado Rodrigues
Life Skills and Transfer Counselor
Phone: (508) 362-2131 x4511
Location: Maureen M. Wilkens Building
Room: 220

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Kathy Cunningham – Secretary
Phone: (508) 362-2131 x4321
Location: Maureen M. Wilkens Building
Room: 221



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If you have questions concerning what the Advantage Program can do for you, please let us know!

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