Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute

Please visit our Covid Response page for info about the CCC&TI response to COVID-19.

Please visit our Covid Response page for info about the CCC&TI response to COVID-19.

Counseling Services

Counseling Services

Career Counseling

Learn about yourself and how to determine your career path!

On Campus

Contact us to set up an appointment with a career counselor. During the appointment, you’ll receive a personalized review of your personality, interests, values, success factors and more.

For a career counseling appointment contact ctinnin@cccti.edu or 828-726-2746

Online

If you wish to explore on your own, please use these resources to learn more about yourself and potential career choices.

Crisis / Personal Counseling

In case of emergency or risk of injury, please contact 911.

CCC&TI provides free, confidential counseling to registered students. Students are encouraged to use counseling services if they have personal, academic, or career concerns. The professional counseling staff, after the initial assessment, will refer students who need specialized or long-term services to appropriate resources within the community.

Students may also qualify for free counseling through our Counselor Referral Program (CRP) with an external agency. To learn more please speak to one of our college counselors.

For a Personal Counseling appointment please contact ctinnin@cccti.edu or 828-726-2746.

If you need to speak to a counselor and one is not available, please call Vaya Health at 1-800-849-6127. Vaya Health is a community resource that is available 24/7 that serves both Caldwell and Watauga counties.

Career Exploration

Explore career options, learn about occupations and training opportunities through Career Connections.

Disability Services

For more information, visit our Disability Services webpage.

Student Resources

Everyone needs help from time to time. We want to ensure students have easy access to resources. Use the links listed below to find help with food, housing, mental health, and more.

  • Student Resources- resources for students at CCC&TI
  • Aunt Bertha- Local and national resource search engine. No personal information required.
  • NCCARE360 - Local/statewide resource referral platform.
  • NC211- Information and referral service sponsored by United Way. Individuals can also call 2-1-1 for 24/7 assistance.
  • Suicide Prevention Lifeline - call 1-800-273-8255 for 24/7 suicide crisis services.

Contacts

Caldwell Campus



Watauga Campus