Welcome to the Guidance Office - Announcements

Guidance Updates- March 3, 2021

First Semester Grades - If you need your first semester grades sent to a college(s), please stop by the Guidance Center and let Mrs. Markley know. You may also email her at cmarkley@cohs.com.
Transcript Fee Balances - Students with a balance were emailed. Please see or email Mrs. Markley if you owe transcript fees.
SCHOLARSHIPS!!! Did you earn a college scholarship? Scan or take a picture of your award letter(s) and email it/them to Mrs. Markley at cmarkley@cohs.com.
FAFSA is now available - fafsa.ed.gov; CEEB Code is 394657.


Seniors, if you need to request a copy of your transcript to send to a college or university, please refer to the "Senior Checklist" link to the right of the page for instructions. If you have general questions, please contact Mrs. Markley at  CMARKLEY@COHS.COM


Transcripts can only be sent by the Guidance Office if your FACTS account is up to date.  Please check your FACTS account each month to prevent any delays in your child's college application process. Please make payments in a timely manner. Contact Denise Lynn Todd in the Finance Office with any questions.
Counselor assignments are as follows:
Mr. Frank Izzi - Freshmen: A - J; Sophs: A - H; Seniors: A - H - fizzi@cohs.com
Mrs. Christine Tickman - Juniors: A - Z; Seniors: Mc - Si - ctickman@cohs.com
Mrs. Linda Graney - Freshmen: K - Z Sophs: J - Z; Seniors: I - Ma; Sm - Z - lgraney@cohs.com
Here are the best HBCUs of 2021 (US News and World Report):
  • Spelman College
  • Howard University
  • Xavier University of Louisiana
  • Tuskegee University
  • Hampton University
  • Morehouse College
  • Florida A&M University
  • North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
**See this link or your school counselor to obtain more information about these great schools!

Hi Christine,


Greetings from the Kinney Center at Saint Joseph’s University! My name is Brooke Darreff and I am the new Associate Director of Operations at the Kinney Center. My role involves recruiting passionate students to volunteer and work in Kinney Center programs, and ensure that their experience is meaningful and worthwhile. I am reaching out to local high schools in hopes that you would be willing to send high achieving students through our high school volunteer program.

The Kinney Center for Autism Education and Support, located on the campus of Saint Joseph’s University, has a two-fold mission: to train the autism professionals of tomorrow, while supporting and serving the individuals and families affected by autism today. Through the fulfillment of this mission we have served more than 900 families and train up to 150 undergraduates annually. 

The Kinney Center is currently seeking high school volunteers to serve as peer role models in our summer camp program. This experience will provide high school students with hands-on experience working with individuals with ASD, while creating meaningful friendships and connections with campers and fellow students. High School volunteers are asked to volunteer for a week of camp (Monday - Thursday 9:30am - 3:30pm). They can choose to participate in one or multiple weeks.

Due to COVID-19, our plans are constantly evolving to ensure the safety of our clients and staff.  We are planning to hold Camp 2021 on-ground, but will have alternative roles if camp transitions to a virtual format. 

If there are any students who would be interested in participating please share the link with them. I would love to set up a call to discuss how we could formalize a partnership where Kinney could provide engaging opportunities for your high schoolers all year long. Thank you for your time and if you have any questions please feel free to reach out to me directly at bdarreff@sju.edu. Additionally, if it is an opportunity for me to speak with individual students, student groups or organizations directly about the experience and opportunities here at Kinney, I would be excited to connect.


Brooke Darreff ’10
Assistant Director of Operations
Kinney Center for Autism Education and Support

Philadelphia, PA



We Love Emory & Henry!

Emory & Henry College invites you and your students to join us for our campus and admissions virtual events and limited on-campus programs in February. Please see all the opportunities below to engage your students and their families with Emory & Henry. We would be happy to join in virtual sessions at your schools to discuss FAFSA filing; the application process; the benefits of attending a small college; or anything else that supports your efforts with college bound students. We acknowledge this is still a surreal experience for students and want to assure them that Emory & Henry will help them transition to college and see their academic and mental health needs are met once we can all safely resume seated classes. We know it will be a transition and are preparing accordingly for Fall 2021.

Please join us for the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion’s celebration of Black History Month!

What to know:

  • E&H Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Presents Black History Month: A Bridge to Change: Celebrating Black History Month & the Freedom Movement with Dr. Michael Eric Dyson will be held on Wed., February 10 at 7 p.m. Dr. Dyson is an academic, author, ordained minister, and radio host. He is a professor in the College of Arts and Science and in the Divinity School at Vanderbilt University. Dr. Dyson has authored or edited more than 20 books dealing with subjects such as Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr., Marvin Gaye, Barack Obama, Illmatic, Bill Cosby, Tupac Shakur and Hurricane Katrina. For more details and a full list of events taking place during this month and links, visit here.
  • Fifteen Regional Colleges Host Virtual Interstate Career Fair:  Students and alumni of the participating institutions, as well as the general public, are invited to attend the virtual Interstate Career Fair, the premier, regional career fair on Wednesday, February 10, 2021 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m in a virtual format in partnership with The E&H van Vlissingen Center for Career and Professional Development. RSVP.
  • Learn about The van Vlissingen Center for Career and Professional Development at Emory & Henry:  A new video has been created to showcase the available career center services including career exploration, student employment, internships, alumni support and connections. Watch video.
  • E&H Professor Chosen for Genomics Education Partnership:  Dr. Christine Fleet, professor of Biology at Emory & Henry College, was chosen to attend a training session with the Genomics Education Partnership, where she had the chance to learn from Biology faculty from around the country. Dr. Fleet will be piloting the project in her Cell and Molecular Biology course this spring. Read more. 
  • Featured Program E&H Exercise Science:  The Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science degree provides students with classroom and laboratory experiences that examine the body’s physiological responses to exercise, the role of regular physical activity in maintaining health and wellness, and the chronic health conditions that are associated with physical inactivity (i.e., heart disease, diabetes, obesity). Learn more about the Doctor of Physical Therapy Early Assurance Program, the fitness & wellness track and the clinical health professions track in Exercise Science.
  • Dr. John Almarode to speak at 32nd Annual B. G. Raines Education Forum:  Emory & Henry College will host its annual B. G. Raines Education Forum virtually on March 23, 2021 starting at 4:30 p.m. This year’s keynote presentation will be “How We Learn: Five Essential Practices for Successful Learning” presented by Dr. John Almarode. School teachers and officials, education students, and civic leaders interested in education are encouraged to attend. This forum is free and open to the public. Register here.
  • Emory & Henry Hires Hall of Fame Strength & Conditioning Coach, Dr. Mike Gentry: Anne Crutchfield, Emory & Henry College Director of Athletics, announced Wednesday the hiring of legendary strength & conditioning coach Dr. Mike Gentry. Gentry retired in 2015 after serving as a key member of Frank Beamer's football staff at Virginia Tech for 29 seasons. Read more. Read more.
  • Record Number of Students Enrolled at Emory & Henry for Spring Semester:  For spring 2021, Emory & Henry’s enrollment increased by 64% from spring 2020. Overall, more than 40 students joined in the Spring including three transfer students who plan to hike the Appalachian Trail and earn credit along with four other Emory & Henry students. They will all be training and hitting the trail in March. Others plan to study pre-health sciences, sociology - crime and society, education, environmental sciences, business and accounting, and equine science among other popular majorsRead more.
  • Mark Your Calendar for Spring 2021 Admissions Dates:
    • Feb. 13, 2021:
      • Rugby Visit Day: The day focuses on learning all about E&H men’s and women’s rugby teams, practice, work-outs and campus life. RSVP.
      • Adventure Team Visit Day: Join the Outdoor Program for an Open House at the Outdoor Center; meet faculty and students; and interview to join the program. RSVP.
    • Feb. 18, 2021: Career Readiness with The van Vlissingen Center for Career & Professional Development. Learn how the knowledgeable career center staff help all E&H students find internships, jobs, and graduate schools. RSVP.
    • Feb. 19, 2021: Music Scholarship Day. Join us for our virtual Music Audition Day audition for Music in Instrumental, Vocal/Choral, Marching Band, Color/Winter Guard or Majorette. RSVP.
    • Feb. 25, 2021:  E&H Student Life Q&A Session. Join E&H staff and current students as they take you inside Emory & Henry academics and student life. RSVP.
    • Feb. 27. 2021:  Blue & Gold Honors Interview Day. Contact an admissions counselor to see if you qualify to interview for the E&H Honors Program. Learn more.
    • March 1, 2021: All performance and affinity scholarships will be awarded prior to this day. If interested, please apply for admission, apply for the individual scholarship, and interview/audition as early as possible. We offer performance scholarships for Art, Bonner Scholars, Equestrian Riding, Healthcare Pre-Professional, Honors Program, Music, STEM Cohort, and Theatre; and Affinity Scholarships for Cheer & Dance, Civic Leader Scholars, Color/Winter Guard, Marching Band, Outdoor Adventure Team and Rugby.
    • March 6, 2021: Blue & Gold Open House. Experience Emory & Henry during our virtual open house express sessions. Join us for a variety of short, virtual events with guest appearances from faculty, staff and current students. RSVP.
    • March 16, 2021: Psychology and Clinical Mental Health Counseling Information Session. RSVP.
    • March 26, 2021: Blue & Gold Admitted Students Day
    • April 1, 2021: Parent Information Session and Regular Decision Application Priority Date
    • April 10, 2021: Blue & Gold Junior Visit Day
  • Streamlined Admission Processes: COVID-19 continues to present many obstacles for families and schools. We now have some changes in our admissions processes to ease the transition into college. Admission has never been more accessible.
    • Test Score Optional: We have waived the application requirement for test scores (SAT or ACT) for Fall 2021 applicants.
    • Essay Requirement Waived: We are no longer requiring an essay as part of the application process.
    • No Application Fee: The free application is open now for fall 2021 enrollment.
  • Encourage Students to File FAFSA: We highly encourage students and families to complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) with E&H code 003709. If you are not quite sure where to start, have specific questions about financial aid, or just want a general overview—please watch our E&H FAFSA 101 Workshop replay on YouTube or reach out to our Admissions Office for an individual appointment where we will be happy to guide you through the process.
  • Pandemic Focus of McGlothlin Center Gallery Exhibit: An exhibition of art created during the pandemic by Mark E. Brown was on display at the McGlothlin Center Art Gallery at Emory & Henry College. See the exhibit virtually.
  • NEW Merit Scholarships: $23,000 in scholarships are available for those that apply with a 3.5 GPA and above—one of the highest in the ODAC and the largest academic merit scholarship to be offered in E&H History! That’s $92,000 over four years.
  • Emory & Henry College Admissions Office Offers Saturday Tours:  Families who are interested in safely touring the College are welcome to schedule an appointment to visit during the week and now we are offering extended options for weekend tours on March 20, March 27, April 17, April, 24, or May 1. RSVP here. 
  • Virtual Tour: Schedule a personalized campus visit by appointment or connect with us virtually. We are limiting our visitors for safety and by appointment. Watch the virtual tour or schedule a visit.
  • Invite Us Virtually to Your School or for a Meeting: Schedule a meeting with our Admissions staff for your school or student. We are happy to meet and present virtually for your students about how to enroll in college; scholarships and financial aid; and what to expect. Contact us.
  • NEW School of Business: Emory & Henry College hired Dr. Emmett Tracy as the new Dean of the School of Business. Plans are underway for enhanced business programs at the certificate, undergraduate and graduate levels. Read more. Read more.
  • Dr. Laurie Anne Ferguson Named Founding Dean of New School of Nursing:  Emory & Henry plans to launch a new School of Nursing in the Spring of 2021. Plans include developing nursing programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Read more.
  • Admissions Open House Sessions: If you missed any of our virtual open house and academic info sessions, view them on demand on our Youtube Channel Inside E&H Sessions playlist or Admissions Open Houses playlist.
  • Happy Valentine’s Day from the Blue & Gold Ambassadors: A few of the Admissions Office student tour guides enjoyed showing off their skills at a recent organizational meeting. Happy Valentine’s Day, stay safe and we hope to meet you!

Please contact us if we can be of assistance and we look forward to speaking with you. Follow our social media accounts on FacebookInstagramTwitter and more to stay connected!


Jennifer Pearce
Vice President for Enrollment Management and External Affairs
and the Admissions Office at Emory & Henry College


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Office of Admissions
30479 Armbrister Drive 
P.O. Box 947, Emory, Va. 24327
admission@ehc.edu · 800.848.5493

Nittany Lion with Text: FIRST-YEAR Students EARLY ACTION November 15

As you know, the process of applying to college requires keeping track of lots of dates, deadlines, application requirements, essays, scholarship details, and so much more. We want to help you make this time as easy as possible for your students, which is why we have listed below some of the most important dates for you and your students to know as they move through the Penn State application and admission process. Take a look, review, and be in touch with us if you have questions.


February 2021

Early awarding of student aid begins for applicants in Early Action.

May 1, 2021

National Decision Day (enrollment deposits are due).


Penn State Undergraduate Admissions

Penn State Undergraduate Admissions

We made it to November!

What a trying few months this has been for your families, your schools and our community, too. We’ve embraced hybrid learning; virtual sessions for guest lectures and Lyceums; adjusted activities with our students—masked events such as movie nights; pumpkin carving; scarecrow decorating and more. “Doing our part to stay six feet apart” has been a mantra we’ve all been touting to ensure safety on our campus. We’ve been fortunate to see a huge increase in our applications this fall, up 53% over this time last year, as well as greeting more visitors to campus with our masks on, of course.

Please send interested families our way—we’d love to meet them and work with them on Spring or Fall 2021 enrollment.

What to know:

  • NEW Merit Scholarships: $23,000 in scholarships are available for those that apply with a 3.5 GPA and above—one of the highest in the ODAC and the largest academic merit scholarship to be offered in E&H History!
  • New Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling: The E&H School of Health Sciences announces a new degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. This new degree complements the robust undergraduate pre-health program as well as one of our most popular undergraduate majors in Psychology. This allows students to earn an undergraduate degree with Emory & Henry and to continue their education and earn a master’s degree. Learn more.
  • Senator Mark Warner Visits: Senator Warner and staff visited the E&H School of Health Sciences on October 29 in Marion to tour, learn about the mission of the school and to meet with regional healthcare leaders at a roundtable discussion. Topics discussed included the shortage of healthcare professionals and how Emory & Henry is working to train quality healthcare professionals, COVID-19 issues, CARES Act funding and future goals to expand broadband internet access.

  • SCHEV Financial Aid 101 Workshop on November 19 at 6 p.m. E&H Director of Financial Aid Scarlett Blevins is a guest speaker at the upcoming State Council for Higher Education in Virginia workshop. Find the webinar link at www.schev.edu/123go before the event. We highly encourage students and families to complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) with E&H code 003709. If you are not quite sure where to start, have specific questions about financial aid, or just want a general overview—please attend the upcoming SCHEV workshop, watch our E&H FAFSA 101 Workshop replay on YouTube or reach out to our Admissions Office for an individual appointment where we will be happy to guide you through the process.
  • Mark Your Calendar for Spring 2021 Admissions Dates: 
  • Virtual Tour and Campus Visits: Schedule a personalized campus visit during the week by appointment or connect with us virtually. We are limiting our visitors for safety and by appointment. Watch the virtual tour or schedule a visit.
  • Invite Us Virtually to Your School or for a Meeting: Schedule a meeting with our Admissions staff for your school or student. We are happy to meet and present virtually for your students about how to enroll in college; scholarships and financial aid; and what to expect. Contact us.
  • NEW School of Business: Emory & Henry College hired Dr. Emmett Tracy as the new Dean of the School of Business. Carriger Hall is currently undergoing rennovation to create a state-of-the-art open concept business school. Ongoing research is in process to develop enhanced academic programming that will fulfill needs in the world of work. Read more.
  • Streamlined Admission Processes: We recognize that COVID-19 has presented many obstacles for families and schools. We now have some changes in our admissions processes to ease the transition into college. Admission has never been easier!
    • Test Score Optional: We have waived the application requirement for test scores (SAT or ACT).
    • Essay Requirement Waived: We are no longer requiring an essay as part of the application process.
    • No Application Fee: The free application is open now for spring and fall enrollment. The earlier students apply, the better their benefits for preferred scholarships, class selection, housing and more.
    • Spring 2021 Enrollment: COVID-19 may have altered some students’ plans to enter college in the fall semester. We encourage Spring term enrollment and students can still enter this academic year. If you know students who would benefit from Spring term enrollment, please encourage them to apply to Emory & Henry College. We are ready to help students begin their academic and professional careers and to offer generous scholarships. There is no need to delay the start of their brighter future.
  • The van Vlissingen Center for Career and Professional Development: Currently, we are meeting with students to arrange in-person or virtual internships for the December and Spring semesters. We have more than 220 full-time jobs and internships posted for our students on our E&H Connects database. Our efforts to establish relationships with companies and organizations includes both regional opportunities and national accounts. Meet the director, Lee Svete, and see upcoming events.
  • E&H Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: Our DEI initiatives continue to remain strong. Visit our website to see our ongoing initiatives. You and your students are invited to attend upcoming programming.
  • E&H Theatre Department Virtual Productions: The E&H Theatre Department continues their ingenuity by using digital media to do a series of 10-minute productions. Each short play is by a different playwright. Some of the productions will be directed by members of the Barter Theatre staff. Learn more. Subscribe to the E&H Theatre YouTube to see more premieres.
  • Fall 2020 Admissions Open Houses: We recently hosted virtual open house and academic info sessions. If you missed any of those, feel free to view them on demand on our Youtube Channel Inside E&H Sessions playlist or Fall 2020 Open House playlist.

We are here to support you and your students in their educational journey. Please contact us if we can be of assistance and we look forward to speaking with you. Follow our social media accounts on FacebookInstagramTwitter and more to stay connected!


Jennifer Pearce
Vice President for Enrollment Management and External Affairs
and the Admissions Office at Emory & Henry College


Streamlined Application




Amber Moore

Assistant Director  
Admissions & Enrollment Services

Phone|610- 723-4950


Take a virtual tour of campus! Please visit www.dccc.edu/virtual-tour.


Attend a virtual Live with DCCC information session!  To register visit:  www.dccc.edu/virtual-info-session

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From: St. John's University <visit@stjohns.edu>
On-campus tours and fall events await for your students!

We are beyond excited to share that Fall Open House dates have been announced, and limited on-campus tours are back!

It’s not just Open House–it’s an experience.

We’re taking traditional video conference software to the next level to create an elevated virtual Open House experience this fall!

Students will navigate through our thoughtful portal to experience live streams with professors, live tours of campus, and live chats with students, administrators, faculty, and deans!

They will also be able to learn more about study abroad, scholarships, admission requirements, and so much more!

If students cannot make it for an on-campus visit, they can join us for a virtual visit experience right from home! They will see our beautiful campus and learn more about St. John's University.

Schedule a Virtual Visit Experience here!

On-campus visits are back!

Beginning later this month, Student Ambassadors will provide private, guided tours of our indoor and outdoor facilities.

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Monday-Thursday at 9:30 a.m., noon, and 2:30 p.m.
Friday at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday at noon, 1 p.m., and 2 p.m.
Thursday at 2:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.

  • In-person tours are private and allow for the student and a maximum of one family member
  • All parties must wear masks and adhere to any additional New York state PPE requirements
  • All parties must complete the wellness survey prior to arrival 
  • Any states on the current quarantine list are not permitted to attend. Those committing to travel plans should use discretion. 
  • All visitors are asked to arrive on time for their scheduled visit, as a Student Ambassador will be specifically assigned to each family.
  • We will not be able to accommodate walk-ins

Virtual Lobby

Students can drop by the St. John's Virtual Lobby anytime between 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. EST Monday - Friday to speak directly with a St. John's Admission Counselor.

Chat with a Counselor or Student Ambassador

Students can connect with a current Johnny or admission counselor to get their questions answered. They can get started at stjohns.edu/chat!

Get a bird's-eye view of our Queens campus with our video drone tour!

Fall 2021 Engagement Grant

While it looks a bit different this year, event season is still upon us for our Queens and Staten Island campuses! And, to celebrate our high school seniors, we are pleased to announce this year’s Engagement Grant in the amount of $500!

Current high school seniors and transfer students who attend a St. John’s event this academic year and go on to enroll full-time at St. John’s University in Fall 2021 will receive a one-time tuition grant of $500 toward the 2021-2022 academic year.

Qualifying events must take place between August 1, 2020 - May 1, 2021 and include:

  • Open House
  • Virtual Information Session & Campus Tour
  • On-campus Tour (if available)
  • Academic Webinar or Chat
  • Accepted Student Event

With so many event opportunities this academic year, it’s easier than ever to qualify. We look forward to welcoming your students!


Dear School Counselor,

At Seton Hall, we’re always looking for great minds at work. That’s why we’d like to personally invite your students to attend our Virtual Open House experiences this fall.

Make sure your students register for one of four available dates. They’ll have a chance to:

  • Better understand the application process and financial aid
  • Learn about Honors and leadership programs
  • Explore the First-Year Experience at Seton Hall
  • Hear from real Seton Hall Pirates in a Student Panel
  • Attend several major-specific academic sessions
  • Take a virtual tour

Seton Hall is a top college with world-class academics, distinguished faculty, and impressive rankings for return on investment and affordable tuition. We can't wait to show your students what Great Minds can do!



Office of Undergraduate Admissions 
Seton Hall University

University of Delaware Admissions

Admissions @ UD Newsletter

Can you believe it’s October already?

College application season is in full swing. At UD, students can choose to apply early action or for a regular decision. To apply early action, students must complete their applications by Nov. 1. Students who apply early action get their decision no later than Jan. 31 and it is non-binding. Applications that are unfinished after Nov. 1 will be switched to regular decision.

Tricks and Tips for Your Students
Tip 1: Find more information about our general academic requirements, and any special requirements for more competitive majors like nursing, engineering and business, on our website.
Tip 2: Throughout the application process, students should use their personal email if possible. Why? Sometimes high-school email servers block emails sent from colleges.
Tip 3: About 24 - 48 hours after students submit their application, they’ll receive an email to set up their student portal, My Blue Hen Home. Students should check their portal often for updates.
Tip 4: Students applying early action, should complete their application and get in all materials, including their honors essay, a minimum of five business days before the Nov. 1 deadline. This ensures that we can process all student materials in time for the deadline.
Tip 5: Competitive majors with limited seats like engineering and nursing tend to fill up fast. To have the best chance at admission to these majors, it’s a good idea for students to complete their application by the early action deadline. Of course, many students are admitted after the early action deadline.
Visit our Preparing for College page to find more tricks and tips—not just for seniors, but for sophomores and juniors as well.

What’s New @ UD?
Our fall open house, Blue and Golden, will be virtual this year. At Blue and Golden, students can hear from faculty and students about the majors that interest them, find out more about study abroad, housing and much more. To register for one of our three dates, students can click here.
The admissions office is now offering both guided and self-guided tours of campus. In addition to our many virtual options, students and families can now visit campus in person. To register for an in-person tour, students should visit our website: www.udel.edu/visitUD.

Diamond Challenge 2021 is here. If your students are interested in entrepreneurship and have a great business idea to pitch, please join us for our Diamond Challenge 2021. Teens from around the country and the world engage with a like-minded community, compete for $100,000 in awards and learn about entrepreneurship.

New majors this year:

To find out more about all our majors, students should visit our Major Finder. There students can find a brief overview of the major, including a sample curriculum, and review some of the careers our graduates from that major have landed.

Work with International Students?

Our assistant directors of international admissions, Erin Bastien and John Ettore, are readily available to meet with you and your students. If your students would like to meet with Erin or John to learn more about UD or discuss their application and the admission process, they can schedule a one-on-one appointment.

International Scholarships Opportunities at UD: International students are automatically considered for international scholarships ranging from $5,000 – $18,000 annually just by applying to UD. 

Just for Fun

Did you know UD has its own creamery, making ice cream from cows right on campus? For Halloween, UDairy has made a special flavor: Muffin Better than Pumpkin. Take a break and tease yourself with more yummy flavors!

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York College will be partnering with StriveScan to help you get an inside look at what we have to offer as a college! We have several events scheduled to discuss the different educational opportunities available. These presentations are just for students and counselors in the state of Pennsylvania.

See below for what events are coming up!


Undergraduate Admissions

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NC State is excited to release our NEW School Counselor Digital Packet! This is a resource for you to download and share to learn more about what we offer at NC State and our admissions process as you support your students during their college search.

We created the digital counselor packet to assist with understanding the NC State Admissions process, as well as provide you additional information about Virtual Visits, First Year Facts, and our Admissions Brochure. 

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions at NC State looks forward to working with you! Erin Boggan, associate director of events and counselor outreach coordinator, is your direct contact for questions throughout the year: ekboggan@ncsu.edu or 919-513-7067. 

We wish you all the best this year and value the support you provide your students.

View our digital counselor packet here.


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Register for A Virtual Session

We encourage you to sign up for a virtual counselor session to learn more about NC State. 

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Park Scholarship Program

Learn more about this four-year scholarship program available to students across the U.S.

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Interested in having our counselor packet mailed to you? Submit the form below.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We've provided a list of some of our most frequently asked questions to assist you and your students.

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The College of New Jersey
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Happy New School Year from The College of New Jersey!  We can only imagine how swamped you must already be adjusting to your "new normal."  All of us at TCNJ are committed to making this transition easier for you as you assist your students with the college search process!  Here's how: 

Lastly, we want to celebrate YOU!  TCNJ will be throwing a virtual reception to honor the school counseling community this fall.  More information and registration will follow.

As always, feel free to connect with us via email or Google Meet.  We look forward to supporting you and your students virtually this fall! 

Stay safe and stay connected,

The College of New Jersey

Office of Undergraduate Admissions

The College of New Jersey Office of Admissions

2000 Pennington Road, Ewing, NJ 08628-0718

(609) 771-2131

Duquesne University

I hope that your fall semester has begun as successfully as possible given the significant challenges for your school your students. Here at Duquesne, I’m pleased to say that the semester began on time and the planning, protocols and enhanced services have supported the safety, wellbeing and success for our students, particularly our new freshmen. 

How can we support you as you seek to advise your students as they navigate their college search during these unique conditions? I wanted to share a few ways that Duquesne’s Office of Admissions is providing information, events and resources for students, both virtually and safely on-campus. We are:

Thank you for your continued support of your students during this challenging time. We know how key your role is for your students and families. Please call (412.396.6222) or email (admissions@duq.edu) us if we can provide any information or assistance to you or your students. We wish you a very healthy and successful fall term.


Debbie Zugates
Assistant Vice President
Undergraduate Admissions

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Update from the Director of Admission

Welcome back to what I’m sure is a very unfamiliar looking ’20-’21 school year. It’s hard to believe we’re still living through a global pandemic that has forced us all to rethink how we behave and function in both our personal and professional lives. Despite COVID, I hope you were able to enjoy a relaxing summer that involved relaxing and spending time with friends and family!


We were proud to welcome a pretty large class of first year students to campus in early August. Despite mask wearing and social distancing rules, they seem to be enjoying their transition into college life. Here are some other characteristics of the Class of 2024:

65% came from outside Indiana
Nearly 30% in leadership positions in high school clubs/student government
66% were engaged in community service
70% were athletes
20% were athletic team captains
30% were musicians
23% were thespians


Applications are rolling in and we’ll begin reading in the coming weeks. We hope to begin sending out notifications by mid-October. When you find a few minutes, check out some updates on our application process and requirements, info about ways you and your students can connect with us both on campus and virtually, admission counselor contact information, and much more.


On behalf of our entire admission team, I want to thank you for the continued support you give to your students and to our staff. We look forward to working with you this year and wish you all the best as you navigate the complications of life this fall.


   --- Sarah Gallagher Dvorak '99

        Director of Admission

Sarah Gallagher Dvorak
Application Season is underway!

Time flies! Last year was a record year for applications to Saint Mary's College, and we continue to offer our extreme gratitude to you for encouraging so many amazing young women to apply for a spot in the class of 2024. As the leaves slowly begin to change colors and the air gets a little chillier, we are finding ourselves ready and excited to begin reading applications and welcoming students to the Saint Mary's class of 2025. Although this is definitely not a normal semester, we continue doing everything we can to make our application process as straightforward and accessible as possible. As a reminder, the requirements for a student to apply for admission consideration at Saint Mary's include:


1. Application (available on the CommonApp)
2. Official transcript
3. Secondary school report with counselor recommendation
4. Personal essay
5. ACT and/or SAT scores (unless applying test optional)


For a more detailed overview of our admission process, please follow the link below!


Application Requirements

Changes in our Admission Process:

1. In years prior, we have had a 3.2 GPA minimum requirement for students who wished to apply test optional. Starting this year, we will not have a minimum GPA requirement for students who wish to apply for admission without test scores.


2. Every student who applied to Saint Mary's College is automatically considered for a merit scholarship based on their GPA, test scores (unless applying test optional), and class rank (if the student's school ranks). Last year, scholarships ranged from $12,500 to $26,000. This year, merit scholarships have increased and now range from $15,000 to $30,000.

Test Optional Policy
Visit Our Campus

To adhere to CDC guidelines, we are currently offering multiple virtual and in-person visit options for interested students! Visiting a campus and meeting with admission staff can help your interested students determine if Saint Mary's is the best fit for them. At this time, we are offering in-person outdoor student-led tours (with inside stops in our athletic facility and library), virtual informational meetings with admission staff, virtual student-led tours, virtual office hours throughout the fall semester, and virtual events.


Please know that procedures and plans can change at any time depending on multiple factors. The best way to stay up-to-date with campus protocols is by visiting our website. The link below offers more information regarding our campus visit options for the fall 2020 semester.

Visit Campus!

Can't make it to campus? Check out our awesome virtual tour (and get a 360 degree view of most campus stops!).

Virtual Tour

To Request Print Travel Materials:

We miss you (and travel season) this fall! If you would like copies of our travel materials and admission brochures mailed to you, please contact Sara Woroncow at sworoncow@saintmarys.edu. All of our informational pieces can be sent digitally as well.

More Exciting Updates

How to Connect with Us

Our counselors will be using Rep Visits and SCOIR as their primary method for scheduling virtual high school visits and events this fall. If you have not yet made a free account on either platform, we strongly recommend it! If your school does not use either site, please feel free to contact your admission counselor to schedule a visit. We are flexible and happy to accommodate whatever scheduling method you will be using.

Resources for HIgh School Counselors

Meet the Admission Staff

If you have questions or would like to schedule a visit with Saint Mary's this fall, contact your admission counselor! Contact information and territories for each counselor can be found at the link below.


Get to Know Us!

Major Spotlight: Biology

Did you know that 100% of our biology graduates conduct original research during their time at SMC? With our Four-Year Promisestudy abroad opportunities, and a 100-acre nature area adjacent to campus, our biology students are well prepared and confident as they dive into their scientific careers. 93% of our recent biology graduates are employed full time or in graduate school!

Learn More about Biology


In April, we decided to go "test-optional" for at least this admission cycle. We have also added an Early Decision II admission plan (January 15th application deadline with a March 1st notification date). 

Every day, we are hearing from students as they try to navigate through the new changes to the application process. In addition to our regular FAQs, we sent all seniors in our database this email to hopefully alleviate some of their concerns.

We have also made some minor changes to our staff's territory responsibilities, which are reflected on the website. Your contact is:
Pamela Swope
Assistant Director of Admission
+1 610-519-5619
We are offering extensive virtual programs to prospective students and their families this fall. Starting this week and for the time being, we will also host exterior-only campus tours for a limited number of visitors. We are welcoming registrations only from high school seniors who haven't previously visited Villanova.

Take great care,

Michael M. Gaynor
Executive Director of Undergraduate Admission

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