Envisioning Applied Advocacy in College Counseling
SJCCC will host its annual conference via Zoom May 18-19th, 2023. There are a variety of session options available and 12 CE hours offered (up to 6 hours of Ethics). Check the conference schedule to learn more!
Regular Conference Rate: $50 - ends Wednesday, May 17th, 4 p.m. CT
Early Bird Rate: $30 - ends Friday, April 28th, 5 p.m. CT
*Fee is waived for conference presenters, students/trainees, and CAPS retirees.
More detailed conference information, including how to access sessions, will be emailed to attendees closer to the conference dates.
SJCCC wants to create accessibility to this important topic and recognizes potential barriers that may impede the ability to pay a fee. To request a fee waiver, please email Bethany Smith, M.A., LPC-S, NCC, SJCCC Chair.
SJCCC History & Audience
From 2004-2016, Texas A&M University Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS), formerly known as Student Counseling Service, hosted an annual 2-day conference called “College Counseling in a Multicultural World”. This conference focused on providing counseling services to various diverse student populations in a college counseling environment. In 2017, “College Counseling in a Multicultural World” became the “Social Justice in College Counseling Conference,” shifting focus to topics directly addressing how systemic variables of power, privilege and oppression impact college students from marginalized backgrounds. SJCCC strives to provide knowledge and skills to mental health providers within college counseling centers and universities to better serve these students.
Visit our Diversity & Inclusion pages to explore resources we have available for students with marginalized identities.