Services for Adult Learners and Students with Children
In support of the Norwalk Community College mission to recognize the diverse needs of our students, we are proud to welcome adult learners and students with children by supporting their academic achievement through existing support services. If you are an adult learner and or a student with children, please visit the following offices to see how they can help support you in your academic endeavors The Counseling Office, Fairfield County Women’s Center, The Family Economic Security Program and the Child Development Center and Laboratory School.
The Counseling Office in room E104 offers personal counseling and referrals, general academic advisement, transfer related information, career and life planning. The Family Economic Security Program, room W112, (203) 857-7220, provides programs and coaching services to help students with children meet their personal, academic, career and financial goals. The on- campus Child Development Center and Laboratory School (CDLS), (203) 857-6804, provides students, faculty, staff, and the community with high quality child-care that foster children’s development in a warm and nurturing environment. In addition, the CDLS serves as a learning center for Early Childhood Education students.