University of Minnesota Morris

A distinctive undergraduate campus within the University of Minnesota system, the University of Minnesota Morris combines a student-centered residential liberal arts education with access to the resources and opportunities of one of the nation's largest universities. A founding member of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges (COPLAC), UMN Morris provides students with a rigorous academic experience, preparing them to be global citizens who value and pursue intellectual growth, civic engagement, intercultural competence, and environmental stewardship. The student body numbers nearly 1500 with a student/faculty ratio of 11:1. UMN Morris serves one of the most diverse student bodies in Minnesota. More than forty percent of UMN Morris students are Native American, persons of color, or of international origin. UMN Morris is the only federally recognized Native American Serving Non-Tribal Institution in the Upper Midwest.

 UMN Morris is highly ranked by national publications –  U.S. News & World Report as a top-ten public liberal arts college; Forbes as one of the best colleges and universities in the nation; and Fiske Guide to Colleges includes Morris campus in its list of “the best” and “most interesting” schools in the U.S., Canada, and the United Kingdom. Morris students are taught by a faculty with the highest per capita representation in the University of Minnesota’s Academy of Distinguished Teaching and students consistently win national awards, as demonstrated by UMN Morris’s status among the top baccalaureate institutions producing student Fulbright awards. The campus is also a national leader in sustainability, evidenced by receipt of the inaugural Excellence in Sustainability award from the National Association of College and University Business Officers and an AASHE STARS Gold rating.

Jul 16, 2024
Full time
University of Minnesota Morris Morris, MN, USA
The University of Minnesota Morris is seeking a 100% time, 12-month counselor in Student Counseling. UMN Morris Student Counseling, Health, and Wellness staff are key collaborators in creating a safe, caring campus that cultivates student learning, well-being, persistence, and success. Counselors provide individual and group mental health counseling, crisis response, well-being programming, and campus consultation on mental health issues. Some core responsibilities include:  Provide culturally sensitive mental health care and resources for a diverse student population and help to operationalize Student Counseling developmental, clinical, and preventative missions. Assess and implement appropriate, evidence-based interventions based on the mental health needs of assigned students.  Provide needed referrals and case management support. Guide and support educational and preventative programs that advance student learning, growth, development, and success...