The main purpose of the study was to determine the students' awareness, understanding, and availment of the guidance services of St. Therese-MTC Colleges. Respondents of the study were the 307 randomly selected students classified according to gender, course, and year level. A duly validated researcher- made questionnaire was used in the study. Descriptive statistics employed were the mean and standard deviation. Inferential statistics used were the t-test for independent samples and One-way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA). The 0.05 alpha level was used as criterion for the acceptance or rejection of the null hypotheses. The study revealed that the students, taken as an entire group and when classified as to certain categories, were aware, understood, and availed of the guidance services of the college. Significant differences existed in the level of awareness, understanding, and availment of the students of the guidance services when they were classified according to gender and course. Significant differences existed in the level of awareness, understanding, and availment of the guidance services when students were classified as to year level. Finally, significant relationship existed in the awareness, understanding, and availment of students of the guidance services.