Information about you is confidential. Therefore, it is very important that you provide the most current information about you and your educational history, plans and career goals so that Merritt e-counselors can best meet your needs.
Please read the following statements regarding your online information:
- Per the Family Rights and Privacy Acts, I hereby grant permission for Merritt College e-counselors to release academic information about me.
- While submitting questions to e-Counseling, I must authentically represent myself in all aspects.
- I am the student who is contacting e-Counseling. I have provided accurate personal information as well as information about my educational history and goals.
- I will keep my information current by updating my Passport account.
- I authorize the e-counselor to view my academic records.
- I authorize the e-counselor to provide me with information related to my academic records online through the use of the e-Counseling website.
Please read the follow statements about your online information:
- I understand that the most important action I can take regarding e-Counseling is to protect my personal information from others.
- I have provided an accurate and private email address. I understand that the e-counselor will communicate with me solely through this email address.
- I understand that if I choose to share an email account with another person, that person will have access to my personal and academic information. By sharing an email account, I am authorizing that person’s access to my information, and in essence, giving them access to alter information about me.
- Using e-Counseling may present a risk to my personal information and Merritt College is not responsible for any harm resulting from this risk.
Failure to adhere to e-Counseling rules of conduct, etiquette, and guidelines may result in termination of e-Counseling services. Student conduct at Merritt College must conform to district policies and regulations as well as college procedures. Violations of e-Counseling procedures, for which students are subject to disciplinary action, include but are not limited to the following:
- Forgery, alteration, or misuse of college documents, records or identification
- Tampering with the e-Counseling website, Internet access and software, or misuse of any computer technology
- Knowingly furnishing false information to the e-Counseling program
If you agree to the terms and conditions above, make a note of this password: ecounselOK Enter that password when you click here to access our Intake Form and begin the e-Counseling process.