Spring 2019 Promise Group

Lurie College Promise Group

The Promise Group is intended to give first generation students and those who are part of the Spartan and Guardian Scholars, EOP, and the California and Eastside Promise groups, the opportunity to participate in a yearlong personal, academic, and professional development experience.  

To join the Promise Group Initiative, you must be a Child & Adolescent Development (ChAD) or Communicative Disorders & Sciences (CD&S) major and agree to participate in a twice monthly group seminar - contact Donna Bee-Gates at for more information.


Lurie College Student Advisory Group

This group is made up of student representatives from each department in the College.  They meet quarterly with the Dean and Director of the Student Success Center to provide feedback and advice.  Students who are interested in participating should contact


Lurie College Student Ambassador Group

Student Ambassadors are dedicated to welcoming new and prospective students, creating a strong college community, and exploring pre-professional networking opportunities.  Under the guidance of the Student Success Center, the volunteer SAs participate in the development and implementation of events that foster a strong Lurie College community.  If you are enthusiastic about representing Lurie College and creating meaningful experiences for future and current students, please consider applying today!


Child and Adolescent Development (ChAD) Club

The ChAD club is a student-run organization that is open to all interested students, alumni, and faculty.  The club has a bulletin board outside of SH 201 where information about activities is posted.  Visit the department website or the club Facebook group where additional information is posted and discussions take place.


Communicative Disorders and Sciences National Student Speech Language Hearing Association Chapter

The National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) is a national organization for undergraduate and/or graduate students who are interested in the study of speech language pathology and/or audiology.  It is the only organization of its kind recognized by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA).  Founded in 1972, NSSLHA now has over 18,000 members and local chapters at more than 285 colleges and universities.

The Silicon Valley's local chapter was founded at San Jose State University in 1977.  SJSU NSSLHA members are active in fundraising and community service, and attend various educational programs such as guest lectures and regional, state and national conferences.  Visit the website for more information.


Counselor Education Graduate Organization (CEGO)

The purpose of this organization is to create an inclusive community for students studying in the Lurie College Counselor Education Department by providing networking opportunities, professional development, practical experiences, and a space to voice opinions.

Fall 2018 CEGO Officers

President: Una Ko
Vice President: Celina Cesena
Treasurer: Linette Martinez
Social Media and Events Coordinator: Trang Le
Alumni Liaison: Nicole Ellis
Networking and Outreach Specialist: Liliana Alonso

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Esther Hugo

Contact Information