GSE Student Organizations

There are several student organizations at GSE. Peruse the organizations below for more details.

  • Circle of students sitting on lawn - SM

    School Counselors at Fordham

    School Counselors at Fordham (SCAF) provides opportunities for collaboration between first year students, second year students, and School Counseling alumni.

    SCAF's activities include networking, professional community building, and social functions.


    Siobhan Houlihan

    Tracy Schaffzin

  • Counseling Psychology Action Committee

    The Counseling Psychology Action Committee (CPAC) is a student-run organization for the Counseling Psychology doctoral students that serves many functions, including as a liaison between students and faculty, hosting social events, and organizing externship/internship support. CPAC is designed to serve the students by creating a community that begins with our mentorship program that pairs first year doctoral students with more advanced students in the program. The leaders of CPAC also help to distribute important information and opportunities to current students. If you have any questions or would like to be involved, please contact us at: 

  • School Psychology Association

    Interested in joing the School Psychology Association?

  • Student Association for Mental Health Counseling

    We act as the voice for the Mental Health Counseling Students.

    We (the leaders of SAM) are here to offer assistance to the students, as well as be a bridge between the students and the faculty. We keep current students as well as alumni informed about events and opportunities.

    We assist students with the internship process as well as are available for questions or concerns at any time. We organize, run and participate in a mentorship program, getting first and second year students together to assist each other.


  • CLAIR Student Organization

    The CLAIR Student Organization (CSO) offers social, academic, and professional support for students attending Fordham GSE’s doctoral program in Contemporary Learning and Interdisciplinary Research (CLAIR). Our goal is to help make the CLAIR student experience as successful as possible. CSO initiatives include a CSO Facebook page which facilitates student communication, a peer mentoring program to supports first-year students, webinars on current educational topics, and social events that bring together members of all CLAIR cohorts.

    Lauren Zucker and Susan Chambre, Co-Chairs

    Tamar Brown, Peer Mentoring Program Coordinator

    Cohort 1 Representative: Lauren Zucker

    Cohort 2 Representative: Susan Chambre

    Cohort 3 Representative: Hannah Rothman

    Cohort 4 Representative: Gordon Van Owen