Charisma University Schools
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School of Philosophy and Religion
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School of Psychology and Behavioral Science
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Message from the Executive Vice President for Students’ Affairs and Counseling Services
On Behalf of our President, Dr. John Beyer, our entire administrative staff and our entire faculty we extend our warm welcome to you as you begin your academic quest to fulfill your desires and dreams of obtaining your Bachelors, Graduate or Doctoral Degrees from our University.
All of us at Charisma University wish you much success in your academic and professional achievements. The University is committed to making your educational goals, dreams and aspirations a reality and we look forward to assisting all students in completing their Educational and Professional programs of study.
If at any time during your course of studies at Charisma University you have any concerns regarding your Academic or Educational program, or have concerns or issues that could possibly affect your ability to complete your Educational studies, the staff in the Department of Student Affairs and Counseling Services will be there to help you in any way possible so that you will have a positive and rewarding Academic and Educational experience at Charisma University.
As the Executive Vice President for Student Affairs and Counseling Services, I encourage all students to contact myself with any academic concerns you might have so that we can work together to assist you in resolving all issues, problems or concerns that could impede the completion of your academic program and hinder your opportunity to reach your desired Academic and Professional Goals.
Rev. Fr. Raymond Copp, SSC, PhD
Executive Vice President for Student Affairs and Counseling Services
Rev. Fr. Raymond Copp, SSC, PhD is an Augustinian Catholic priest and member of the Servants of the Holy Cross. Prior to ordination in the Old Roman Catholic Church – Latin Rite, Fr. Copp spent a long career in law enforcement. He is a graduate of four police academies, including two state police academies and the FBI National Academy in Quantico, VA. He holds masters’ degrees in education and psychology and doctorates in clinical psychology and sacred theology. Fr. Copp holds certifications as an airline transport pilot, flight instructor, and military command pilot. He volunteers at a medical clinic serving the underinsured and specializes in the treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Fr. Copp is currently a battalion chaplain serving the Maryland Army National Guard where he holds the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He lives in West Chester, PA