Quincy University’s Graduate Counseling Program was recently featured in the March 2019 National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) Visions Newsletter. The newsletter is published to keep certified counselors up to date about the profession and is distributed nationwide.

The article focuses on QU’s Counseling Program as one of the first in the country to receive the Grant for Initial CACREP Accreditation in 2014. The article goes on to discuss the various benefits of securing NBCC’s grant funding as a catalyst in QU’s pursuit of initial CACREP Accreditation. The NBCC Visions article can be found here: http://nbcc.informz.net/NBCC/pages/March19CACREP?_zs=7PnRG1zDvXd&_zmi=

Quincy University’s Graduate Counseling Program is home to CACREP-accredited programs in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling, and one non-clinical program in College Student Personnel-Student Affairs. The QU Counseling Program serves the Tri-State Region as the only CACREP-accredited program within a 100-mile radius.

Founded in 1860 by Franciscan friars, Quincy University (www.quincy.edu) is a Catholic, co-educational, residential university offering undergraduate, graduate, and adult education programs that integrate liberal arts, active learning, practical experience, and Franciscan values. Quincy University’s intercollegiate sports are members of the NCAA Division II Great Lakes Valley Conference for men and women. For more information, please contact the Quincy University Office of Community Relations by calling (217) 228-5275.