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The Counseling component of the John D. O'Bryant African-American Institute provides a wide-range of services to students of African origin. The services are designed to enhance students' academic, career, and personal development.

Our goal is to encourage students in a process which will enable them to express their feelings; to evaluate and resolve problems, to explore options; to formulate short-term and long-term goals; to make solid decisions and develop self-assessment, self-advocacy, assertiveness and leadership skills. We encourage students to strive for academic excellence and to participate in extra-curricular activities that will enrich their overall college experience.

We provide:

  • Course advising, career and personal counseling
  • Information on scholarships, financial aid, co-op, fellowships, internships and employment
  • Career development workshops with employers and college representatives
  • Personal development workshops
  • Résumé writing assistance
  • Information on graduate schools and the application process
  • Referral services to campus and community agencies
  • Listing of Black colleges

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