The MSUM CNSA program allows you the opportunity to discover your passions and prepares you to have strong counseling skills, writing skills, and sense of professionalism. The CNSA program primarily serves residents of Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota with the versatility to understand other cultures and world views.
Chi Sigma Alpha is the CNSA chapter of Chi Sigma Iota, an international counseling academic and professional honor society of graduate students, alumni, faculty members and student affairs professionals committed to excellence in academics, research and service to the profession.
The Counseling and Student Affairs Organization (CSAO) is a student organization that provides professional development opportunities, promotes awareness of the professional counseling field, participates in campus and community events, and leads fundraising efforts for the program.
Minnesota State University Moorhead’s Community Outreach Center provides free, professional and confidential counseling services for children, adolescents, adults and families in the Fargo-Moorhead community.