Students pursuing a counseling program in education must be certain that it meets the standards set by the profession. The MSEd in School Counseling and the MSEd in Student Affairs/College Counseling are CACREP-accredited programs, meaning they have been evaluated for quality and recognized for meeting or exceeding national standards. Having accreditation demonstrates the stability of our programs; it assures students that they will receive appropriate, up-to-date training.
Annual Accreditation Report
CACREP (Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs) is a specialized accreditor in the field of counseling. To maintain accreditation with CACREP, the School of Education develops an annual report of its counseling programs in education, including the MSEd in School Counseling and the MSEd in Student Affairs and College Counseling (SACC).
- 2021 Vital Statistics: School Counseling and SACC
- 2020 Mid-Cycle Educational Counseling Report
- 2019 Vital Statistics: School Counseling and SACC
- 2018 Vital Statistics School Counseling
- 2017 Vital Statistics: School Counseling and SACC
- 2016 Vital Statistics: SACC
- 2016 Vital Statistics School Counseling
- Read the School Counseling Outcomes 2015 Report
- Read the Student Affairs/College Counseling 2015 Outcomes Report
- Read the Educational Counseling Annual Report
More About CACREP
CACREP, an independent agency, accredits master’s and doctoral degree programs in counseling, including those here in the School of Education and Monmouth’s Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling.
The accreditation process includes a variety of steps and can take up to several years. The University has now recently obtained accreditation for the MSEd in Student Affairs and College Counseling through March 31, 2019.