Zoet wins Counselor of the Year Award

Texas College Counseling Association honor

Zoet wins Counselor of the Year Award

Zach Zoet, the assistant director at Midwestern State University’s Counseling Center, was recently named the Texas College Counseling Association Outstanding Counselor of the Year.

The TCCA is a division within the Texas Counseling Association. The award is given in recognition of one’s contributions to the division and for excellent professional work in the field of university/college counseling. The division awards this honor to acknowledge research within the field of university/college counseling and the advancement of quality continuing education within the field. One recipient per year is nominated by peers.

“As an emerging professional, it was extremely affirming to have my efforts to advance the field of university/college counseling acknowledged by my peers within the Texas College Counseling Association,” Zoet said. “I am grateful to be part of an organization that uplifts its members and always provides a sense of community and support in my efforts. I am also thrilled to have this award to bring back to our MSU Counseling Center – a validation of the exemplary mental health services that we provide to our students and campus community.”

For more information about services offered by the MSU Counseling Center visit the website. The site also has information for students interested in the counseling field.

Zoet also serves MSU Texas students as the gaming coordinator of MSU Texas Esports.