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Higher ED article, Mental Health Needs Rise with the Pandemic

Emeritus member, Harry Rockland Miller, and member Asia Wong from Loyola New Orleans are quoted in the Higher ED article, Mental Health Needs Rise with the Pandemic. (Sept 2020)

CNN Article: The psycology behind why some college students break Covid-19 rules (Aug 2020)

AUCCCD Board Member Ben Locke is interviewed in CNN article, The psycology behind why some college students break Covid-19 rules. (Aug 2020)

Washington Post: As students head back to college, virtually or in person, counseling centers hope to provide mental health support (Aug 2020)

AUCCCD Members, Micky Sharma, Ben Locke and Barry Schreier quoted in Washington Post article, As students head back to college, virtually or in person, counseling centers hope to provide mental health support. August 2020

Inside Higher Ed: Pandemic Increasing Suicidal Ideation (Aug 2020)

AUCCCD Board Member Kate Wolfe-Lyga and member Andrew Lee quoted in Inside Higher Ed article, Pandemic Increasing Suicidal Ideation. August 2020

The Chronicle: How to Prepare for the Coming Flood of Student Mental-Health Needs (Jul 2020)

AUCCCD President-Elect, David Reetz, co-wrote an article featured in The ChronicleHow to Prepare for the Coming Flood of Student Mental-Health Needs (August 2020)

AAC&U Liberal Education Blog: What Are We Learning About Academic Resilience? (Jul 2020)

AUCCCD Emeritus Member, Abigail Lipson, contributed an article to Liberal Education blog of the AAC&U Association of American Colleges and Universities, What Are We Learning About Academic Resilience? (July 2020)

AUCCCD Board Statement Against Racism and Racial Violence (2020)

The Association for University and College Counseling Directors (AUCCCD) condemns the racial violence continuing to claim the lives of unarmed persons who identify as Black or African-American. This shameful 400-year history of discrimination, degradation and death must stop -- and it will require the commitment of each of us.

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Statement from the AUCCCD Board on re-opening campuses

AUCCCD Statement on Re-opening Campuses May 2020.pdf

COVID-19 and Safely Delivering Mental Health Services As Campuses Re-open

Steps to mitigate and slow the spread of COVID-19 have been in effect since March of this year. As states start to slowly re-open businesses and workplaces including colleges and universities, the Association for University and College Counseling Center Directors (AUCCCD) strongly advocates for a public health-informed approach to re-commencing in-person mental health services.

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2020 Innovation Scholar Award Winners (May 2020)

AUCCCD Member, Kim Gorman, director of the Counseling and Psychological Services Center & Kathleen Brennan, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Sociology, winners of the Innovation Scholar Award at Western Carolina University. May 2020

AP News: College seniors face job worries, family stress amid virus

AUCCCD Board Member, Barry Schreier is quoted in the AP News article, College seniors face job worries, family stress amid virus. April 2020

Jeffrey Ng contributes to a series of podcasts to support the community

AUCCCD Member, Jeffrey Ng contributes to a series of podcasts to support the community during this period of online and remote instruction. April 2020

Inside Higher Ed: Coping with a Pandemic (Mar 2020)

AUCCCD Survey Coordinator, Peter LeViness, interviewed by Inside Higher Ed in article, Coping With a Pandemic. March 2020

AUCCCD endorses AUCCCO's Impact Statement on COVID-19 | March 2020

AUCCCD endorses AUCCCO's Impact Statement on COVID-19 | March 2020

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Statement on Telemental Health during the Coronavirus Crisis

As President of the Association for University and College Counseling Center Directors (AUCCCD), I am writing to you today in light of how the current COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the ability of colleges and universities to serve the mental health needs of college students. In order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, many colleges have moved to distance learning as an avenue for students to continue their academic studies. However, this move means that many college counseling centers will utilize telemental health services in order to provide much needed psychological care to already vulnerable students who are likely experiencing increased anxiety and social isolation. This includes students who live in another state rather than where their college is located. In most states, mental health professionals are prohibited from practicing across state lines.

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Chronicle of Higher Education: Therapy for the Snapchat Generation (Feb 2020)

Peter Cornish and Zoe Ragouzeos are featured in the Chronicle of Higher Education regarding Therapy for the Snapchat GenerationFebruary 2020

UM Dearborn's Article: Students' demands for mental health are changing fast. How can we keep up? (Feb 2020)

Todd Sevig and Sara Byczek have an "expert-to-expert conversation" in UM Dearborn's article, Students' demands for mental health are changing fast. How can we keep up?  February 2020

The Chronicle of Higher Education: The Chronicle of Higher Education's article, Students Are Showing Up at Counseling Centers in Droves (Jan 2020)

AUCCCD Board Member, Ben Locke and the Annual CCMH Report are referenced in The Chronicle of Higher Education's article, Students Are Showing Up at Counseling Centers in Droves. January 2020

Psychiatric News Article: University MH Centers Strain to Keep Up With Increased Demand (Jan 2020)

AUCCCD President, Sharon Mitchell is quoted in the Psychiatric News article University MH Centers Strain to Keep Up With Increased DemandJanuary 2020

USN: How to Handle Homesickness in College (Dec 2019)

AUCCCD members, Jason Parcover and Barry Schreier, are interviewed for USN article How to Handle Homesickness in College. December 2019