Visit cptc.edu/virtual for advising and counseling services online. To schedule an appointment with your assigned advisor, click on their name below and select the appointment type.
The Advising and Counseling Office provides support and direction to help students meet their academic and career goals.
CPTC Counselor/Advisors provide the following services:
- Academic advising and educational planning
- Career exploration resources and information
- Brief personal counseling on issues affecting a student’s success, e.g. stress management, time management, study skills and adjusting to college
- Information regarding campus and community resources
Note: For mental health emergencies, contact the Pierce County Crisis Line at 1-800-576-7764 or call 911.
The Advising and Counseling Office provides both appointments and walk-in times to assist students. Please call 253-589-5548 in advance to check our walk-in times and available appointments for the week. We're happy to help you explore what CPTC has to offer, and we look forward to working with you.
Kemble is originally from Tennessee and moved here from Louisville, KY. Kemble received a Bachelor of Science in Music from Austin Peay State University and a Master of Arts in Counseling from East Tennessee State University. His hobbies include anything related to video games, Star Wars, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. One of his career goals is to work with college students while becoming a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. He is considering furthering his education through a degree in Social Work or an Ed.D. in Higher Education. Kemble is looking forward to working with all of you and making Washington his new home
- Human Services
- Early Care and Education
I earned my BA in Psychology from Western WA University and developed a strong interest in working with high school students. I received my Master’s degree in Education from City University with a focus in Guidance and Counseling. After working with high school-age students for a few years, I really became interested in going to the next level of education. I began my first Academic Advising position at Highline Community College in 2010. I worked with Pre-Nursing students and also assisted with their Running Start orientations. I was drawn to my current position at Clover Park because I wanted to work more specifically with Running Start students. In addition to being the Running Start Advisor/Counselor here, I also advise for the Allied Health programs on campus.
In-Person Hours are Monday through Thursday 8:30 am - 4:00 pm.
- Running Start
- Central Service/Sterile Processing
- Computer Applications
- Dental Assistant
- Health Unit Coordinator
- Medical Assistant
- Medical Histology Technician
- Medical Lab Technician
- Pharmacy Technician
- Surgical Technology
As a student at Pacific Lutheran University, I developed an interest in working in higher education. Through a variety of professional experiences, I was able to work for a non-profit TRiO grant that gave me a front row of what working in higher education was all about. In 2008 I joined the Clover Park Technical College Advising & Counseling team. I enjoy helping students reach their educational goals and seeing them succeed.
- Automotive Collision Technician
- Auto Restoration
- Auto Technician
- Construction Technology/Residential Construction
- Electrician Low Voltage
- Daycare Centers
- Leadership/Service Learning
- Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning
- Manufacturing Technologies
- Non-Destructive Testing
- Technology DTA
I have a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, and I completed my Master of Arts in Education with a specialization in Counseling from Seattle University. I chose to work in higher education because I believe that education provides opportunities to empower people to change their lives for the better. I have been a Counselor/Advisor at Clover Park Technical College since 2008 and I enjoy being a part of supporting students in completing their academic and career goals.
- Architectural Engineering
- Computer Programming & Web Development
- Digital Entertainment and Design
- Environmental Sciences
- Graphic Technologies
- Interior Design
- Network Operations & Systems Security
I have a Bachelor of Science in Community Health specialization Chemical Dependency from Central Washington University and a Masters of Arts in Psychology emphasis in Counseling from Chapman University. My education has allowed me the opportunity to work with people in need as well as teach within the Community and Technical College setting. In 2007 I decided to combine my experience and started working at Clover Park Technical College. Here I am able to offer educational advising as well as personal counseling. CPTC is a place that allows students to grab a hold of their new future that has no boundaries- Sky's the limit! I am very fortunate to be a part of that.
- Aviation Maintenance
- Professional Pilot
- Esthetic Sciences
- Pastry Arts
- Retail Management
- Culinary Arts
PAPERWORK DROP BOX
Drop box is for students to drop off paperwork for financial aid, registration, admissions and veterans offices. Please do not drop any homework in the slot for your classes.
For your convenience, a drop box is available just outside of Building 17.
Located near the overhang, to the right of the main building entrance, this drop box is secure and accessible 24 hours a day. Contents are picked up daily from a secure location inside the building.