College Counseling I

Spring Semester 2015 Loyola University Columbia Campus

This is a hybrid course. Computer access required.

This graduate course is to further enhance a school counselors knowledge and skills related to college counseling . Students will explore educational reform and how it impacts students and families. This course will focus on practical applications and current issues to help counselors create a comprehensive programmatic approach which aligns to The American School Association. Implications of FERPA and the special needs of identified groups, such as, first generation, special education and athletes are considered.

We will meet every other Wednesday at the Loyola University Columbia Campus at 4:30 p.m.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will I need web access to participate in this course? Yes, you will need access and a computer to complete assignments online.


Will I come to the campus each week for class? No, you will come alternate weeks.


Will I turn in all assignments during our face to face classes? No, typically most assignments will be posted online for this course.

How to register for the course?

Current Loyola students registrar online and go to the website below.

Special Student Registration

Special Students

Special students are those who have at least a bachelor’s

degree and wish to enroll in graduate courses

without pursuing a graduate degree or certificate at

Loyola. Applicants may take no more than six (6)

credits as special students. Individuals who wish to

continue beyond the two course, nondegree limit

must formally apply for admission to a degree, postbaccalaureate,

or postmaster’s program.

To become a special student, an individual must

submit an application, application fee, official transcripts

which verify receipt of the college/graduate

degrees, and if applicable, meet departmental graduate

admission standards. Not all programs offer the

special student option. Applicants must check with

their program of interest to ensure that they are eligible

to be considered.

Individuals who do not intend to pursue a graduate

degree may take individual courses in education.

An undergraduate degree from an accredited institution

is required along with program specific application

materials.