This Admissions Counselor helps graduate students.
Our admission counselors cover territories across the country. Select a state to find the counselor for your area.
handle questions from students from outside the U.S.
This Admissions Counselor helps online students.
As the primary point of contact with the Undergraduate Office of Admission, USC admission counselors can help students successfully navigate the application and admission process and answer any questions that may arise.
Have a question about admission, but can't find the answer? Ask our mascot, Blaze Maverick. If he can't find the answer, he'll forward your question to one of our admissions counselors.
Alfred University is full of fun and creative energy! I love the student and faculty artwork around campus. It showcases the diverse talents and heightens the natural beauty of Alfred. There are opportunities for growth around every corner! As a new Admissions Counselor, I’m excited to be part of such an inspiring community.As the primary point of contact with the Undergraduate Office of Admission, USC admission counselors can help students successfully navigate the application and admission process and answer any questions that may arise.Students and counselors can find the USC admission counselor responsible for their school or geographic area, or simply learn a little more about our counselors — who are happy to share their experiences and (hopefully) take some of the stress out of the application process. To find your admission counselor, click on your state. For Indiana and Illinois residents, click on the area of the state in which you live. Domestic students abroad should click on the globe. If you are an international student, please visit .Students and counselors can find the USC admission counselor responsible for their school or geographic area, or simply learn a little more about our counselors — who are happy to share their experiences and (hopefully) take some of the stress out of the application process. Each year, Bloomsburg University admissions counselors visit almost 400 high schools throughout the region. And we attend many college fairs, as well. To find out which counselor will visit your school, please check below. If your school is not listed, feel free to contact any one of the counselors and we'll be glad to answer your questions.To see who your counselor is, click on the section below that describes you best. Your admissions counselor can answer any questions you have about Keuka College and guide you through the search and application process. Senior Admission Counselor
Territories: Georgia 3 (DeKalb, Gwinnett), Maryland, Virginia, Washington DC; Europe, Eurasia, Middle East, South and Central Asia (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and India); Joint Enrollment Who is your admission counselor?
They will serve as your personal contact to UT. Make a selection below to see who your counselor is. It is an exciting time to be a part of this great organization. Our TACAC members represent the diversity of Texas and consist of high school counselors, college admission counselors and representatives, independent educational consultants, community-based organization counselors and other educational professionals. Our membership is dedicated to working with students and helping them transition to postsecondary education. Senior Admission Counselor
Territories: Florida, Georgia 7 (Southwest Georgia), Georgia 8 (Northwest Georgia), Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee Hello! I am a recent graduate from the Class of 2014. I could not be more excited to be an Admission Counselor for one of America's best colleges! Benedictine was always the college I wanted to go to. Both my brother and sister went to Benedictine as well, and from the many times I visited them while I was in high school, I fell in love with the campus and the community. Since I have been a student at Benedictine, my life was never the same. From late night hangouts, to going to the soccer and football games, to studying abroad in Florence, Italy, doughnut runs, and becoming friends with one of the best groups of guys on campus.