In need of resources to help students process the recent events in Charlottesville, VA or in your local communities?  Here are some valuable links to educate and promote tolerance.

Teaching Tolerance

ASCA’s Helping Students in Troubled Times


Interested in attending the Florida School Counselor Association annual convention?

You can now preview this year’s exciting program by visiting the 2017 Convention page. Register early and save!  

Watch the highlights from last year’s convention.

Since 1975, the Office of the Board of Governors along with the state university admissions directors have offered free workshops around the state to meet with middle and high school guidance counselors. At these workshops, directors explain admissions philosophies, policies, and procedures so that counselors can better serve the needs of their university-bound students. Special thanks are given to ACT, College Board, and the Department of Education for their ongoing support of the tour.

The 2017 tour dates are listed below.

Visit http://www.flbog.edu/board/office/asa/admissionstour.php for more information and to register for an event near you. Be advised space is limited.


The Machen Florida Opportunity Scholars Program provides financial resources and individual support with the primary goal of graduating first-generation, low-income undergraduate students. By addressing systemic barriers and challenges, we provide a full grant and scholarship financial aid package as well as a comprehensive support program to ensure students thrive at UF. We help students develop valuable college success strategies, build confidence, understand their first-generation identity, connect to peer and professional mentors, and access campus resources which prepare them for a successful college career and meaningful post-graduate life.”

Visit The Machen Florida Opportunity Scholars Program website for more information.