Academic Acknowledgement

• The U.S. Army is offering free help for students with preparing for college entrance exams or looking to improve math, English and science skills through the online study program. In addition to test preparation materials and self-paced study programs, the site offers seven full-length free practice tests for both the SAT and ACT as well as an entire section dedicated to science, technology, engineering and math coursework. “March2Success is the Army’s gift to public education,” said Tony Castillo, chief of education for U.S. Army Recruiting Command at Fort Knox, Ky. While March2Success helps students improve scores on standardized tests, which includes the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery, the program is not part of a military recruiting effort, according to Castillo. For additional information on March2Success or to request an interview with a local education specialist, contact Michael Halloran at 732-801-9569 or

• Immaculata University’s master’s-level degree program in Clinical Mental Health recently earned accreditation from the board of directors of the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). The program is accredited for two years, through October 2018. “Achieving CACREP accreditation for the Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC) program reflects the dedicated effort of the department’s students, faculty, and administrators, and, in particular, provides CMHC students with a strong program that meets the high standard of external accreditation,” Jed Yalof, professor and chair of the Department of Graduate Psychology, said in a university press release.

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