Counseling & Mental Health Counseling Graduate Programs

Student Organizations

Counseling Honor Society: Chi Sigma Iota

Chi Sigma Iota is an international academic and professional counseling honor society, dedicated to scholarship, academic excellence, and community service. Hofstra's Lambda Nu chapter of Chi Sigma affords its members both personal and professional development, while benefiting the community. Members are encouraged to attend meetings and activities throughout the semester, which may include speakers on such issues as suicide, counseling in a multicultural world, counselor licensure legislation, fundraising, and library research. A minimum of 12 graduate-level course credits and a GPA of 3.5 or above is required for membership. Information on upcoming events will be distributed via counseling classes and emails throughout the semesters.

Association of Students in Counseling Professions

The Hofstra University Association of Students in Counseling Professions is a faculty-advised, student-run professional development and community service organization, which holds meetings during the fall and spring semesters during evening hours to accommodate student schedules. Guest speakers are invited to present on current topics and concerns related to the field of school counseling, mental health counseling, and rehabilitation counseling.