The Counseling & Testing Center provides University students with individual assistance in choosing a vocation, selecting a major, and solving personal, social, and educational difficulities. In a confidential relationship, the student may express his/her thoughts and feelings, and an experienced counselor helps the student gain insight into problems and explore possible solutions. With the assistance of the counselor a student may select tests to appraise abilities, interests, and personal characteristics. National standardized admission tests such as the CAAP, MAT are given along with Professional school tests like the MCAT, LSAT, NCE in addition to the Teacher Certification tests Praxis I: PPST, Praxis II: PLT, and Praxis II: Subject Assessments and Speciality Area Tests. Accademic credit can be gained through the College Level Education Program (CLEP) administered in the office of the Counseling & Testing Center.
The Counseling & Testing Center is open for service and free to students, faculty and staff, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Counseling, career assessment and American Disabilities Act consultation appointments may be made in person or by calling Dr. Richard Houston or Paula King. National standardized test information or computerized CLEP appointments can be obtained by calling (662) 846-4690 or visiting the Counseling & Testing Center located in the O.W. Reily Student Health Center.
|Dr. Richard Houston, Director|
|O.W. Reily Student Health Center|
|Mail: Delta State University|
|Counseling & Testing|
|DSU Box 3303|
|Cleveland, MS 38733|
|Phone: (662) 846-4690|
This site maintained by Dr. Richard Houston