AUCCCO Statement on Immigration/International Policy:

In light of recent increases in anti-immigration rhetoric and Americentrism, AUCCCO wishes to reaffirm its commitment to all of its members, as well as all students, staff, and faculty on our college campuses.  We understand that this hateful rhetoric disproportionately impacts our students and colleagues within immigrant, undocumented, and international communities.  We are reminded of the role we play as outreach professionals in not only supporting our campus communities during these times, but also our role in challenging systems of oppression, including white supremacy, that serve to reinforce hate and fear and eliminate opportunities to build upon the collective and communal fabric of our country.  If you are interested in professional advocacy resources we encourage you to check out the following:

American Counseling Association

https://www.counseling.org/news/aca-blogs/aca-government-affairs-blog

National Association of Social Workers

https://www.socialworkers.org/Advocacy/Policy-Issues

American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy

https://www.aamft.org/Advocacy/Advocacy.aspx

American Psychological Association 

http://cqrcengage.com/apapolicy/home

Critical Incident Response Team
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Subcommittee
AUCCCO 

AUCCCO Statement on Recent Tragedies:

Terrible hate crimes occurred over this past week as a gunman murdered two Black shoppers  on Wednesday October 24, 2018 at a Kroger grocery store in Jeffersontown, Kentucky after trying unsuccessfully to get into a predominantly Black church and another gunman opened fire on Saturday October 27, 2018  in a synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA killing 11 Jewish congregants. These tragedies are part of a wave of escalating violence and hate targeting community spaces including mosques, churches, clubs, Jewish institutions, and schools. We are also aware of recent reports of legislative efforts to erase identity of individuals who identify as trans, nonbinary, or with other gender expansive identities.  When any one community is threatened, we are all threatened. As AUCCCO we reaffirm our support and caring for all members of our community.  We reflect on the Jewish concept of Tikkun Olam: "to heal and repair the world," and offer our help to any member of our community who seeks support at this time.   

Welcome to AUCCCO!

The Association for University and College Counseling Center Outreach (AUCCCO), is a national organization of counseling center professionals who are passionate about outreach. We are akin to the counseling center associations for Directors, Training Directors and Clinical Directors. We officially announced the establishment of our organization on June 5, 2009 at the University of Michigan during the closing ceremonies of our 2nd National Outreach Conference for Counseling Centers.

The mission of the AUCCCO is to assist professionals involved in the leadership of outreach, consultation, and campus community interventions. AUCCCO provides opportunities for networking, professional identity development, idea exchange and creating standards for quality outreach services. AUCCCO promotes a broad understanding of outreach, prevention and education services based on the assumption that outreach must extend the expertise of counseling centers to the larger campus community. AUCCCO recognizes that, as the campus climate has a profound influence on students’ lives, outreach services must be informed by perspectives that address the intersection of multiple social identities, promote social justice, and celebrate diversity in all its forms.

If you are interested in joining AUCCCO, please find more information here.


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