Students please use the following link to submit your licenses:
Please also view the powerpoint below for step by step instructions. Students are responsible for sending in all of their own documents through the online system and after they have successfully submitted their application, the SOE licensure office will approve it. There is no deadline and they can apply whenever they have a degree dated transcript. Before applying, students should check their transcripts to make sure their degree has been awarded at the Specialist level.
On Wednesday, an open house was held on the campus of Cape Fear Community College to announce that we will be offering classes for the Wilmington area beginning in Fall 2017 semester. We were pleased with the turnout and look forward to serving our students where they are. If you have questions, please feel to call at the numbers below.
In order to be recognized as holding a specialist license for your 60 degree credit hour program in school counseling, you will need to apply for the 6th year educational specialist distinction or S-licensure through NCDPI. For more information please see:
Contact the school counseling program director, licensure office in the School of Education or The Graduate School for support.
Welcome back students!
Whether you are a returning student or a new student to our programs, we hope you had a restful break and are ready to dive into the semester full of energy and excitement. We all look forward to a semester of learning and growth. To those of you that are working in field placement, absorb all the knowledge possible from your supervisors, make lasting connections, and enjoy this time of learning.
If you need anything from the faculty, please feel free to shoot them an email or come by during office hours. Much success for the new semester and new year!
Have you ever known, seen, or been a victim of abuse? Have you ever kept quiet, just so that you could protect the person who is abusing you? Have you ever been the silent bystander? Chances are that many of us can say yes to at least one of these questions. Today UNCP is asking you to join us and other college campuses as we begin our Red Flag Campaign, speaking out and bringing awareness to dating violence. Continue reading
Last year, the UNCP Counseling Programs launched the Professional Development Academy (PDA) to enormous success. The PDA is a series of four workshops over the academic year that will provide important information and resources that will improve personal and professional development as a counselor. Attendance at all four workshops results in a certificate of completion of the PDA that adds value to your workplace marketability and shows commitment to your training as a professional counselor.
Dear Graduate Student,
We’re helping you succeed in graduate school with the
Almost half of the available slots are filled at this time.
Please give your name and program when you register (if you did not put your program with your name, please go back in and do so).
If you register and later find you cannot attend, please remove your name to make room for those waiting for a space.
We hope to offer the next academy during the spring semester. Thank you and have a great weekend.
Dr. Irene Pittman Aiken