The Academy for College Admission Counseling!
Welcome to Spring! After one of
the mildest winters in forever here in Chicago, I’m still anxiously awaiting
the arrival of daylight saving time, extra sunshine and the promise that is
And we’re excited to be welcoming participants to our 18th season
of providing state-of-the-profession training in college counseling.
You can join us on the campus of Elmhurst College on the following
College Counseling 101:
5-7 or July 10-12 ]closed]
College Counseling 201:
July 5-7 or July 10-12 [closed]
College Counseling 301:
Because we have created a sequential, developmental curriculum, we ask all
participants to begin with College Counseling 101.
Due to space constraints, we can accommodate you for only one class
this summer. Registration is
$325; you can earn two graduate hours from our partner, Elmhurst College,
for an additional tuition charge of $600.
Registration materials are available on our “Courses” page beginning
on March 15th. We
hope that you can join us so that you can serve your families better.
These are interesting times, to say the least.
It’s easy to get discouraged or disillusioned by the lack of clarity
and unity in our world.
Whenever I begin to feel disconnected or disheartened, I remind myself of
the incredibly important and vital work that we are privileged to do:
to work with students as they plan their futures.
And I feel recharged and renewed in spirit when I experience the
energy and enthusiasm of those students. If we focus on the value of our
mission it’s much easier to deal with the imbalance that might bombard us
along the way. It is noble work
that we do. Your students are
lucky to have you in their lives, and we are lucky to have you in our
Think Spring! As always,
if we can be of support to you, please reach out.
Questions? Concerns? Comments?
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We are proudly sponsored by Elmhurst College.
Academy for College
P.O. Box 8137
Gurnee, IL 600
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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.