The hybrid model of the Master of Arts with a Concentration in Counseling Psychology graduate program includes online experiences combined with face-to-face meetings. Students and faculty meet three times per year in February, June, and September.
Choose the location most convenient for you. Our weekend residencies are available in both Cincinnati, Ohio and Brattleboro, Vermont. The residencies are held simultaneously in both locations.
Brattleboro, Vermont Academic Center
The Brattleboro Academic Center is housed in restored farm buildings with residency activities taking place in “The Farmhouse”, “The Creamery”, and “The Pole Barn.” The red farm buildings are nestled in open hay fields with beautiful views of the surrounding mountains. The entrance to Fort Dummer State Park is a short walk away and offers 217 acres on which to stretch your legs between activities.
Brattleboro is a quaint, culturally vibrant town located just two hours from Boston, two hours from Connecticut, and an hour from central New Hampshire. The downtown area offers coffee shops, a variety of restaurants, shopping, antique stores, and a restored art deco hotel and movie theatre built in the early 1900s. Not far from Brattleboro, outdoor lovers will find access to great skiing, hiking, mountain biking and fishing.
Cincinnati, Ohio Academic Center
Nestled just north of downtown Cincinnati, Union Institute & University's headquarters are housed in a building listed on the national register of historic places. Academic residencies take place in state-of-the-art smart classrooms. A thriving midwest city, Cincinnati's downtown features cuisine choices from around the world. Nightly entertainment options on the banks of the Ohio River are a short five minute drive from UI&U's main academic center.
2013 Residency Schedule
- February 15-17
- June 28-30
- September 20-22