Counseling Office

Welcome to the Counseling Center at San Diego Miramar College. We provide academic, career, and personal counseling to students. We offer day/evening walk-in sessions (15 minutes) and long-term planning appointments.

Making An Appointment

One-hour appointments for long-term planning are available in the:

  • Fall Semester - September to Early November
  • Spring Semester - February to Early April

Appointments may be scheduled in person or by calling at (619) 388-7840 or (858) 536-7840. If you have attended colleges or universities other than City, Mesa, Miramar or ECC, you will need to have an official copy of your transcript(s) sent to our district office at:


San Diego Community College District  Miramar Student 1
Attention: Transcript Request
3375 Camino del Rio South
San Diego, CA, 92108-3883

You will also need to request to have your transcripts evaluated before you can schedule an appointment with a counselor.  The Request for Transcript Evaluation form is available, in person, at the Counseling Center.

Walk-In Counseling

Walk-in counseling is availble for quick questions, semester planning or academic related advising. It provides a way for you to see a counselor to get a quick answer to a quick question. Walk-in counselors are available all-year round. During the registration periods, wait times may be longer than usual./p>

Educational Planning Sessions

Educational Planning is an important component of matriculation. This activity assists students in identifying academic and career goals, and creating a plan that will meet these goals within a realistic time frame. Counselors will be available to assist students in making informed choices concerning programs and courses available. One to two-semester education plans will be completed during this session. Matriculating students entering the college are required to complete an assessment/orientation/educational planning session to receive priority registration.


All prerequisites, co-requisites and limitations on enrollment as stated in the course descriptions of the college catalog will be strictly enforced at the time of a student's registration.

Students who believe they have met a prerequisite at another institution are strongly advised to have all official transcripts of prior college work and other documentation on file well in advance of registration. This will minimize registration delays.