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Community

To advance its ultimate mission of building the character and careers of students, the University shall focus its efforts on three goals: student achievement and success, institutional excellence, and community service.  More specifically, faculty, students and staff of the Graduate Certificate of Sports Counseling have a strong culture of service and a genuine desire to make a meaningfully social impact within the local and global community as well as improve the communities where we live and work.  We do this through partnerships, sponsorships and volunteer opportunities. 

Current Partnerships, Sponsorships and Volunteer Opportunities

LaMarr Woodley's Sack Attack:

The logo for LaMarr Woodley's Sack Attack program.

A photo of Thank You poster with Cal U's name on it from the LaMarr Woodley group.

Dr. Al Petitpas, Ed.D., Springfield College, Springfield, MA; Dr. Nyaka NiiLampti, Ph.D. & Licensed Pychologist, Southeast Psych, Charlotte, NC; Mr. Dwight Hollier, Southeast Psych, Charlotte, NC; Dr. Taunya Tinsley, Ph.D, NCC, LPC, Cal U.

Dr. Al Petitpas, Ed.D., Springfield College, Springfield, MA; Dr. Nyaka NiiLampti, Ph.D. & Licensed Psychologist, Southeast Psych, Charlotte, NC; Mr. Dwight Hollier, Southeast Psych, Charlotte, NC; Dr. Taunya Tinsley, Ph.D, NCC, LPC, Cal U.

Community Efforts

A photo of program coordinator Taunya Tinsley with LaMarr Woodley