Counseling and Student Affairs

Department Head: Dr. Jill Duba Sauerheber

The mission of the Department of Counseling and Student Affairs is to provide graduate education, conduct research, and offer service in the fields of Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling, and Student Affairs. Faculty members are committed to social action and advocacy, preparing graduates to provide highly competent and culturally aware services, providing clinical and educational experiences that meet or exceed national accreditation standards, ensuring that graduates have credentials necessary to qualify for certification and licensure, and promoting the continued education of counselors and student affairs personnel. The Department of Counseling and Student Affairs faculty are committed to educating students to apply theory, knowledge, skills, and research in culturally diverse environments and work settings locally and globally.


Browse the Counseling and Student Affairs Collections:

Assessment & Accountability in Student Affairs & Higher Education (CNS 610)

Counseling and Student Affairs Student Honors Theses

Counseling and Student Affairs Theses

Counseling Concepts and Applications for Student Affairs Professionals (CNS 577)

Counseling & Student Affairs Faculty Publications

Leadership and Administration in Student Affairs and Higher Education (CNS 585)

Parameters of Law in Student Affairs and Higher Education (CNS 670)

Research Methods in Student Affairs (CNS 594)

Research & Program Evaluation (CNS598)

The College Student Experience (CNS 572)