FREE Webinar from ACCA: “Ideas of Awesomeness”

January 14, 2015 Webinars

ACCA is very pleased to offer the gift of a FREE webinar: “Ideas of Awesomeness: Creative Programs in College Counseling”! An annual tradition at ACCA conferences over the year, the “Ideas of Awesomeness” presentation showcases creative programs being offered by counseling centers across the United States. ACCA is now pleased to offer “Ideas of Awesomeness” on […]

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Webinar: “Mental Health at the Community College”

January 13, 2015 Webinars

The American College Counseling Association is pleased to join Paper Clip in presenting a new webinar April 8th, 2015, “Mental Health at the Community College: Emerging Models & Best Practices”. Summary Community colleges continue to explore how to best support a growing student population coming to campus with mental health issues and making serious attempts […]

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Webinar: Working with International Students from China

November 11, 2014 Webinars

The American College Counseling Association (ACCA) is very pleased to offer the second webinar in our series of multicultural competency webinars in collaboration with the Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development (AMCD)! The webinar description and objectives are attached as well as an evaluation form that must be completed and returned if you are requesting […]

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2015 Emerging Leader Grant Application

November 10, 2014 News

The American College Counseling Association (ACCA) announces the annual invitation for graduate students and new professionals to apply for the Emerging Leader Grant to attend the ACA Annual Conference. The ACCA Graduate Student Committee oversees the selection process for graduate students and new professionals to encourage attendance and participation in the 2015 ACA Conference and […]

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“The Power of Positive” Workshop in Puerto Rico

November 5, 2014 News

The Power of Positive: Utilizing Positive Psychology to Improve Student Well-Being Join us for a LIVE workshop at the University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras Campus! The President of the American College Counseling Association, Tamara Knapp-Grosz, Ph.D., presents an orientation to the field of Positive Psychology and Well-Being Theory and it’s applications to college counseling. […]

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Thank You, ACCA!

October 6, 2014 Conferences

Each year, ACCA chooses a charity that positively affects the lives of college students in need. This year, we chose the Children of Fallen Soldiers Relief Fund. This amazing organization provides financial assistance for children of fallen soldiers to attend college. At the conference in San Antonio, ACCA members generously contributed $350 to this worthwhile […]

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2014 National College Counseling Center Survey Results

September 26, 2014 News

The 2014 National Survey of College Counseling Centers is now available. This if the final year that Dr. Bob Gallagher will be publishing the survey that he began in 1981. Many thanks to him for sharing his dedication and expertise over the years to creating these important reports. Download the survey in PDF format here. […]

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Free Multicultural Webinar Presented by ACCA and AMCD

September 12, 2014 News

The ACCA are very happy to announce our very first Joint webinar with the Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development: Multicultural Counseling Competency: What Every College Counselor Needs to Know about Working with International Students This webinar is free for ACCA, SCCCP and AUCCD members but there is an additional cost if CEUs are requested. […]

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Community College Counseling Survey Results

August 29, 2014 News

The results of the 4th annual ACCA Survey of Community College Counseling for 2013-2014 have been released! The survey was conducted by Amy Lehnart from Collin College in Texas and Jon Edwards from Massachusetts Bay Community College. Responses were analyzed from 179 Counselors from Community and Two Year colleges representing 39 different states and the Commonwealth of […]

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