M.Ed. in Counseling, College Student Affairs Resources

M.Ed. in Counseling, College Student Affairs Resources


Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania's School Counseling Graduate Program

College Student Affairs Resources

Counseling Program (all faculty and students)
College Student Affairs (all faculty, CSA students)
College Student Affairs Jobs

(Students are NOT automatically assigned to this list)

College Student Affairs Program Documents

Program Listservs

Several listservs have been established to facilitate communication between and among the students and faculty affiliated with M.Ed. in Counseling program.  A listserv allows those who are subscribed to very easily send e-mail messages to everyone else on the list.

This helps the program coordinator and faculty insure that all students receive the same information in a timely manner.  Messages address topics such as course scheduling, academic advising, social events, and professional resources.

Students and faculty are routinely added to the Counseling list and the College Student Affairs list as they begin the academic program.  You may add or remove yourself from the lists as noted below.

CSA Facebook Page

Greek Life

A Facebook page is available to promote communication between students and recent graduates and we encourage you to join this community.

Title:Bloomsburg University College Student Affairs (CSA)

Purpose: To promote connections between past, current, and future graduate students. Any member can post to the group website information that they feel will be a valuable addition to the CSA page.

Members: Open to the public; join by adding the group and the group moderator will approve it; we welcome every new member!

Chi Sigma Alpha

Chi Sigma Alpha is a student affairs academic and professional international honor society, which promotes and recognizes excellence in academics, research, and service to the student affairs profession.  To be inducted into Chi Sigma Alpha a student must complete at least one academic term as a student in the Bloomsburg University college student affairs track of the M.Ed. in Counseling degree and meet the academic requirements of the society.

Chi Sigma Alpha is required to perform service to the institution or profession and members are expected to act as leaders in their program, on their campus, and in their profession. Chi Sigma Alpha offers a variety of social events and leadership activities for its members. 

Developed to promote and recognize excellence in academics, research, and service to the profession of student affairs, Chi Sigma Alpha was first recognized in 2002 at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg, Virginia.

This national honor society for student affairs professionals has 14 chapters and includes over 300 members nationwide.  The Bloomsburg University chapter of Chi Sigma Alpha was established in 2013 and its first class of members was initiated in May of that year.

2013-14 Chi Sigma Alpha Executive Board:

Professional Associations in Student Affairs

Professional and Employment Information about College Student Affairs

Higher Education Resources