1. Students must maintain a 3.0 GPA to remain in the program and must complete the total number of credits of course work to graduate.
2. Students must demonstrate counseling knowledge and skills as defined by the faculty and community agency supervisors.
3. Active participation in small group seminars and community and professional activities is required.
4. A student receiving a grade below B, including WU, in any of the following courses cannot continue in the programs: COCO 701, COCO 706, COCO 718, COCO 719 and COCO 725 and 726.
5. The faculty may require that a student gain additional experience in counseling skills and competencies before permission is granted to complete the program.
6. Seven courses – COCO 701, 706, 707, 718, 719, 725, 726 – cannot be taken at other colleges or universities. These courses must be taken in the Hunter College Counselor Education program.