Evaluation and Research in College Counseling Center Contexts

Cooper, Stewart E.; Archer Jr., James A.
January 2002
Journal of College Counseling;Spring2002, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p50
Academic Journal
Assesses the evaluation and research activities of college counseling centers. Characteristics of students participating in the counseling programs; Rationale for increasing the level of research; Reasons for participating in the activities of various counseling centers.


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