Amoud University Student Counselling Service is principally intended to operate three complimentary objectives:
- To assist current and prospective students at the University in choosing courses of study.
- To provide individuals and groups with counseling and guidance during their studies especially concerning improvements in study skills and techniques.
- To offer comprehensive personal counseling and advice to students concerning both their studies and private life.
Generally, the counseling services in Amoud University encompass three major areas. Each division of these major areas provides several services to the clients (students) in the University.
The University counselor works with students at all levels to maximize their ability to learn in the classroom. On a daily basis, the counselor meets with students to cover topics such as goal setting, organization, time management and study skills.
The counselor also works with students at all levels to explore career and college options to make informed decisions after high school. Students are encouraged to look at the relationship between their strengths and abilities, education, and world of work.
School counselors work with students to support the development of interpersonal skills to respect themselves and others. At all levels, school counselors utilize a variety of developmentally appropriate strategies and activities to promote positive personal development and interactions at school. The students are also assisted to overcome their personal challenges face while they are studying in the University.
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