Counseling & Development


Student Data and Outcomes Report

Both our School Counseling and Clinical Mental Health Counseling programs at LIU Post are fully accredited by the Council of Accreditation for Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). By maintaining CACREP accreditation, the program strives to provide the highest quality of faculty and curriculum standards. 

Annual Outcomes Assessment Report Findings


  • Number of graduates in the past year-89
  • Completion rate of our student is 95%
  • Licensure  rate is 85% for MHC, and Certification rate for SC is 100%
  • Job placement rate for MHC is 95%,  and SC is 92%

CACREP Liaison

Contact: Dogukan Ulupinar


The Department of Counseling and Development produces an annual report on the state of its program under the umbrella of the LIU outcomes assessment process, which is based on an overall three-year assessment plan and an annual data collection report that is developed for each program in a department. The Office of Assessment maintains a repository of these documents on LIUShare, the University’s collaborative platform.

The Department of Counseling and Development includes in these reports a review of CPCE findings and a separate review of a departmental CACREP standards and departmental goals review. Each year, the reports offer meticulous detail regarding outcomes the department is currently assessing, how they are assessed, what the results were, and how those results are interpreted. This method of annual self-reporting has been in place for over ten years and has proven highly effective in helping the department to maintain a clear picture of the health of the program and how well our students are meeting expectations in the CAPREP Eight Core Areas as well as of our own programmatic objectives. Careful consideration has been paid to how to best disseminate the findings to the widest audience. The following methods have proven quite successful.

  • Recommendations and results from the evaluation are submitted to the Curriculum Committee for review each May. The results of the annual comprehensive programmatic evaluation are disseminated by faculty each May when the Outcomes Assessment report is submitted.
  • A summation report is placed on the LIU website
  • Students are informed about the annual comprehensive programmatic evaluation report website location in each syllabus.
  • The annual comprehensive programmatic evaluation report is shared with higher administration and submitted to the LIU Office of Assessment and Dean’s office.
  • All site supervisors in cooperating agencies are provided with a training that includes a PowerPoint. The annual comprehensive programmatic evaluation report website location is in the PowerPoint.
  • The link to the annual comprehensive programmatic evaluation report is in the student handbook.


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