School Counseling
Thank you for your interest in contacting us at the Evidence-Based School Counseling Conference (EBSCC).
Often, people are seeking information that is either on the website (e.g. program schedule) or that will be posted to the website when announced (e.g. Request for Proposals). We have included a list of Frequently Asked Questions and their answers below. If none of these addresses your question, please email us at and we will return your email as soon as possible.
When and where is the conference?
Where is the conference being held next year?

Please see the Location page for information about the EBSCC for the current year.

The EBSCC in 2020 will be held at Florida Atlantic University, in Boca Raton, Florida on March 20‑21, 2020, with a Research Day preceding the EBSCC on March 19, 2020.

The EBSCC in 2021 will be held at The Ohio State University, in Columbus, Ohio. Dates in March to be determined soon.

Where can I find the conference program?

Please see the Schedule page for the conference program.

Where can I find travel information regarding airports, conference hotels, and other transportation?

Please see the Location page for info.

How do I register for the conference? Are there group discounts?
Do you accept POs from school districts?

Please see the Tickets page. Many of these questions are answered on that page.

When is the Requests for Proposals (RFP) and how do I submit a session proposal to the EBSCC?

The RFP is usually announced in late summer or early fall. When the RFP is announced there will be a new link to a page with additional information at the top of the EBSCC website and on the homepage. Once the RFP window has closed, the link will be removed until the following year’s RFP.

What is Research Day? Should I attend?

Please see the Schedule page. On the Schedule page select “Research Day” to see the workshops offered during the Research Day.

The Research Day is offered to assist those interested in research in building impactful, practical research that contributes to the school counseling profession.

Often, doctoral students and junior faculty in school counselor education find this day particularly empowering in equipping them with the skills needed to conceptualize how to apply their passion areas to create a research agenda and to gain the skills needed to begin fulfilling that research agenda.

Opportunities for mentoring and networking with other researchers and educators are built into the Research Day schedule.

Conference Policies
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