If granted admission to the Counseling Program, you will be assigned an
academic advisor. This individual will assist you with your academic and
and growth (e.g. course selection and preparation for advancement
through the program).
Advisors are charged with the responsibility of communicating with you
at least once each term in which you are enrolled, but it is ultimately
to keep your advisors informed of any changes in your student record
information or circumstances that may prohibit you from staying on track
with the required course work.
advisors, though likely licensed counselors, are not ethically
permitted to function as the students’ personal counselor. Students who
feel they may benefit
from professional counseling may ask any faculty member in the
Counseling Program for a referral. For more information visit our
personal counseling options page
on our student resources site.