Calendar of Events

    Online Student Activities Calendar

  • Academic Calendar

    Last Day to Drop Flex Classes with a "W" 
    12:00 noon
    December 8, 2017

    Last Day for Day & Evening Classes
    December 14, 2017

    All Final Exams
    December 15-20, 2017

    Grades Due in Registrar's Office 
    12:00 noon
    December 21, 2017

    Doors Close (by 5pm)
    December 21, 2017  

    Winter Break Begins (at 5pm)
    December 21, 2017

    Administrative Offices Open
    January 3, 2018




    Amanda Barrera
    Director of Student Services

    Domingo Martinez  
    Housing & Disability Services Coordinator  


    Steffanie Wysack 
    361-592-1615 ext 4076  
    Rosalinda Perez 
    830-596-4639 Ext 1225 





  • Staff strives to assure the best services are provided to each student, creating the ideal learning environment to ensure success in educational programs, career goals, and life decisions. 
  • Student Services by Site

    Alice | Beeville | Kingsville |Pleasanton 

  • CBC’s professional counselors and advisors strive to help students derive the maximum benefits from their college experience and to add enrichment and satisfaction to their personal development. CBC staff gives special attention to students who need assistance with personal, developmental, social, and career issues. Staff teaches strategies which help students learn to solve problems, make decisions, change behaviors and accept responsibilities. Counselors and staff work to improve the college environment by minimizing educational obstacles while maximizing personal and scholastic success of students. A wide range of services are designed to supplement a student’s total college experience.


    These services include working with students in:   


      • planning college and career goals  

      • identifying or changing a college major  

      • explaining testing requirements and placement chart  

      • assistance with registration and advising processes  

      • selecting class schedules  

    By providing:  

      • special needs and disability services  

      • establishing degree plans  

      • help with financial aid or suspension appeals  

      • helping to improving academic standing through targeted advising  

      • intrusive advising by checking on student progress throughout the semester  

      • providing transfer assistance  

      • orientation  

      • transfer and recruitment events  

      • personal counseling and referrals  

      • career and job placement services  

      • online and face to face workshops  

      • special events designed for student success  

    Workshop topics include:  

      • student orientations  

      • communication skills  

      • financial aid opportunities  

      • study skills  

      • time management  

      • note taking  

      • avoiding plagiarism  

      • research paper writing  

      • resume writing  

      • money matters  

      • financial literacy  

      • mental health issues  

      • drug and alcohol abuse, etc.