Upcoming Events

CMHC Program Events


CMHC Program Information Sessions

If you are interested in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program, we invite you to attend the virtual CMHC Program events to learn more about JU's mental health counseling graduate program, the Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. This exciting graduate degree program was designed to meet the need for mental health and wellness services in our community. Everyone is welcome – no specific undergraduate degree is required for admission.  


To receive the information session link or for more information on the upcoming program information session dates/times, please contact us at graduateadmissions@ju.edu, or reach out to Dr. Whitney George, Department Chair, Clinical Mental Health Counseling at wgeorge@ju.edu or 904-256-7620. 


Jacksonville University Graduate Open House, Homecoming Weekend

Thursday, October 7th – 5:30 to 7:30 PM EST

Alexander Brest Art Gallery, Jacksonville University


Black Mental Health Symposium

The JU CMHC program is a proud sponsor of the 2021 Black Mental Health Symposium (BMHS). The BMHS is an annual national conference that aims to equip mental health professionals with culturally-specific interventions to improve wellness in Black communities. For more information, please visit https://blackmhsymposium.com/. 

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