Eligibility for Individual Counseling Services Policy
|History:||Issued -- October 14, 2007|
|Revised -- August 11, 2016|
|Related Policies:||Enrollment: Undergraduate; Enrollment: Graduate|
|Additional References:||Law School Announcements|
|Responsible Official:||Director, Counseling Center tel. (202) 319-5765|
A full-time University undergraduate or graduate student (as defined by the enrollment policies for Graduate and Undergraduate students), or a CUA Law student enrolled for 8 credit hours or more, is eligible for ongoing individual services from the CUA Counseling Center. To be eligible for these services during the summer, such students need not be registered for classes during the summer sessions, but must at least be registered as a full-time student (or a Law student enrolled for 8 credit hours or more) in his or her current degree program for the upcoming Fall semester.
Part-time students are eligible only for one-time appointments for the purposes of providing referrals to non-University counselors.
Eligibility for individual counseling services is subject to verification by Counseling Center staff.