Together we can make our world a little bit better.
Our students, the future educators and therapists of our world, are also often the frontline workers of today in schools, clinics, and centers. They are seeing, firsthand, how tremendously hard this past year has been, especially on our children. In the School of Education and Counseling Psychology, we are making every possible effort and using every possible resource to support our students and those they serve.
Our Counseling Psychology enrollment continues to skyrocket and we recently partnered with SCU’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) so our practicum students can now support the mental health needs of our undergraduates. Our Education department just received over $5M in grants from the Department of Education to support bilingual education, and we continue to graduate educators who are culturally competent, grounded in social justice, and prepared to tackle the inequity challenges we’re seeing in our schools.
On this Day of Giving, please support the Dean’s Fund and our two departments – Education and Counseling Psychology. Thank you for your support!
- $25 – Funds the continuing education fee for an alum at the Latinx Education Summit
- $100 – Waives the application fee for 2 incoming ECP students
- $250 – Provides emergency relief for students who need support with fees related to credentialing exams
- $500 – Provides an additional professional training opportunity for students on specific topics, such as suicide assessment or creating a trauma-informed classroom culture
- $1000 – Reduces the cost of one class for a student by 50%