SchoolCounseling@Denver Annual Report

Each year, the SchoolCounseling@Denver program faculty and staff come together to review and use assessment data in order to identify needed program improvements. As part of this gathering, the Program writes and publishes a report that summarizes assessment efforts and program improvements during the past year as well as articulates future program improvements and assessment focus. Read the full 2021-2022 SchoolCounseling@Denver Annual Report.

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SchoolCounseling@Denver Program Outcomes

The table below provides post-graduation outcome data for the SchoolCounseling@Denver program including the number of graduates, credentialing exam pass rates, program completion rates, and employment rates.

Number of Graduates

2020-2021 Academic Year – 3 graduates

2021-2022 Academic Year - 52 Graduates

Credentialing Exam Pass Rates1

2020-2021 Academic Year - 100% (cohort N=2)

2021-2022 Academic Year - 100% (cohort N=30)

Program Completion Rates2

2019-2020 Academic Year (cohort N=62)

  • 2 Year Program Sequence
    • Two Year Graduation Rate – 85% (N=26)
  • 2.5 Year Program Sequence
    • Two Year Graduation Rate – 36% (N=25)
  • 4 Year Program Sequence 
    • Two Year Graduation Rate – 0% (N=11)

Employment Rates

2020-2021 Graduate Cohort

  • Upon Graduation – 100% (N=3)
  • One Year – 100% (N=3)

2021-22 Graduate Cohort

  • Upon Graduation – 63% (N=52)



1Credential exam pass rates reflect exam results such as the PRAXIS and are provided for graduates of the program. Given the online nature of the program, graduates seeking licensure or certification in certain US states may not be required to pass a credentialing exam. Pass rates are only reported for graduates for whom a credentialing exam is required for licensure/certification in that state and (a) score data is available to the program and/or (b) the graduate has an active school counseling credential in said state.

2As students are able to select from three program sequences (i.e., 2 years, 2.5 years, 4 years), graduation rates will be reported by sequence. For each sequence, two year graduation rates are provided. As the program matures, graduation rates will be reported for additional timeframes (three and four years) and additional academic year cohorts.

3Employment data is collected via surveys at the time of graduation and one to three years post-graduation. Employment rates will reflect known employment upon graduation and one year post-graduation (when available).

SchoolCounseling@Denver Supporting Documents

The SchoolCounseling@Denver program has provided supporting documents below related to the annual report. Past annual reports have also been provided.

Supporting Documents

The Blueprint document provides an overview of the SchoolCounseling@Denver assessment plan including types, venues for review, use, and sharing of data.

Past Annual Reports