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    Counseling Students Association

    All graduate students enrolled in the Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Monmouth University are members of the Counseling Students Association (CSA). Each semester, the CSA sponsors events such as a semi-annual Labyrinth Walk, trips to relevant shows and workshops in New York, guest speakers on campus, an annual Meet & Greet to welcome our incoming counseling students, and more.

    The CSA is a dynamic organization that is run by and for all our department's graduate counseling students.

    Chi Sigma Iota Counseling Honor Society

    Chi Sigma Iota is an international honor society for counseling. Students are eligible to become members when they have completed at least one semester of full-time study (9 credit hours) and have a grade point average of 3.5 or above.

    Monmouth University's chapter of Chi Sigma Iota is Mu Upsilon Omega, and the faculty advisor for the Professional Counseling program is Dr. Joanne Jodry. Contact Dr. Jodry by e-mail at

    To join, or for more information about CSI, please visit the CSI Web site at

    Counseling Alumni Connection

    The purpose of the Counseling Alumni Connection (CAC) is to keep post-graduate students connected to their academic community and invested in the field of counseling through the promotion of professional and personal development. Post-graduate students will be encouraged to participate in a number of sponsored workshops and trainings, open roundtable discussions, community outreach events, and networking opportunities held on and off campus.

    CAC past events include a Wellness Workshop, Visiting Author Presentation, and other professional development opportunities as well as social events. To learn more about these events and more, please click here. Additionally, the CAC hosts a "From Our Own" Presentation Series which features department alumni sharing their expertise and knowledge on a particular counseling-related topic. To view videos of past presentations, please click here.

    Sign up online for the CAC and to subscribe to the department's alumni e-mail list.

    If you have any questions about the CAC or how you can get involved, please contact the CAC's advisor, Lisa Himelman, at 732-923-4572 or