Student Projects & Organizations
Students in the Department of Clinical Mental Health Counseling represent a wide range of ages, undergraduate majors, and professional backgrounds. Some students apply to the program directly from their undergraduate programs, while others reenter school after being in the workforce or raising a family. The faculty are committed to admitting a student body that is rich in diversity, including ethnic/racial diversity, religious diversity and sexual orientation.
The nature of the program allows students to choose among many varied opportunities for professional service, which also provide professional development for participants. Our Gamma Epsilon chapter of Chi Sigma Iota and our Licensed Professional Counselor Association of Georgia Student Affiliate organization have numerous and active committees. Others focus on presentations, research, or other scholarly activities. Students are strongly encouraged to be contributors in whatever ways are the best fit between their skills and professional goals and the many opportunities for leadership and service, while at UNG and beyond.
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