The Online Master of Education in Counseling, with concentrations in School Counseling and Clinical Mental Health Counseling, is a degree that can help you answer the calling to serve.
Students are required to fund their travel costs for the residencies.
*Please note: Annual increases in tuition and fees are announced each May by the William & Mary Board of Visitors and take effect in August.
There are many ways to finance your postgraduate education. Tuition assistance may be available through your employer, military service or student loans. Please contact the following offices for information on each kind of financial aid:
Financial aid is available in the form of federal or private student loans as well. The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is required for federal loan eligibility. You can file electronically at www.fafsa.gov.
For more information on the options available for financing your Online M.Ed. in Counseling, please contact the Financial Aid Department at 757-221-2420 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about applying for financial aid.
*William & Mary tuition waiver benefits are not eligible for use in our Online M.Ed. in Counseling program.
Embrace your opportunity to engage those in need and guide them in recognizing and overcoming their greatest obstacles. As a school counselor or licensed professional counselor in the clinical mental health space, you have the ability to help others foster a brighter and more productive future for themselves. Your work begins with an application to the Online M.Ed. in Counseling.
We’ve worked to anticipate your most pressing admissions questions and have compiled all the important details you may need. If you don’t find the answer to your question, don’t hesitate to contact an Admissions Advisor!
The key to fulfilling your personal calling to serve others may be an Online Master of Education in Counseling.