Welcome to
The Academy for College Admission Counseling!


No matter how hard we plan, anticipate, meditate, foresee, prepare:  fall hits hard.  The ever-increasing mantra to “apply early and often,” the October 1 opening of the FAFSA misconstrued as the deadline by so many anxious parents, the mountains of letters that need to be written, the hours of counseling that our students need – it can sometimes be too much.  What keeps us going?  Well, sometimes it’s just knowing that everyone else engaged in college counseling is in the same shape you’re in.  We all are running to just stay in place.

Here at The Academy, we are already fully focused on 2018 as we begin our nineteenth year of operation.  We’re thrilled to announce our dates for Summer Academy 2018.  Elmhurst College will once again serve as our partner as we offer College Counseling 101, 201 and 301 from July 11th through 13th.  The registration fee will be $400 per class and graduate credit from Elmhurst will be available for an additional tuition charge that will be established in early January.  We will open up online registration in March.  The faculty is also discussing other ways of reaching out to counselors; look to this space for possible future programming in the upcoming months.

Our mission is to help you serve your families, so please email us if we can be of assistance. Our logo speaks to our commitment to teach, guide, connect and advocate; let us know how we can keep you connected to your profession.

Thanks for your many years of support.  We hope to be here for many more.

Sue Biemeret
Executive Director

Questions? Concerns? Comments?  Email us….and be sure to Like us on Facebook!!

Please familiarize yourself with the site. If you have any questions, e-mail: counseloracademy1@gmail.com

Sue Biemeret
Phone: 708-560-4109
Fax: 847-855-2778

We are proudly sponsored by Elmhurst College.

The Academy for College
Admission Counseling
P.O. Box 8137
Gurnee, IL 600

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Statement Affirming Nondiscrimination
The Academy for College Admission Counseling is committed to the principle of equal opportunity. The Academy does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, veteran status, ancestry, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational programs and services.