Welcome to
The Academy for College Admission Counseling!


            It’s that time of year when we welcome Spring.  Because then we can turn our sights on…Summer!

            We hope you have lots of plans to rest, relax, renew and reinvent your spirit over the summer months.  And we also hope you will be able to join us in one of our Academy summer classes.  With all the myriad of changes in our profession –  the rSAT, Prior Prior Year, Common Application Account Rollover, and the Coalition for Access, Affordability and Success, to name a few! – we feel The Academy is a great way to recommit to the challenges of our profession.

            If you’re new to The Academy, we invite you to register for College Counseling 101.  Graduates of 101 are invited to come back for College Counseling 201, and those of you who have completed 201 are encouraged to complete our capstone course, College Counseling 301.  You can access additional information by clicking on the “Courses” tab.

            Here are the dates of our summer classes:
College Counseling 101, 201 or 301:  July 6-8
College Counseling 101 or 201:  July 11-13

Once again, beautiful Elmhurst College serves as our host and partner.  Registration for each class is $325.  For each class, you will earn 16.5 CPDUs; for an additional fee, you can register for a graduate credit option.  Click here to access our online registration information. 

            We look forward to welcoming you to The Academy this summer. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me at counseloracademy@comcast.net or at 708-560-4109.

 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: counseloracademy@comcast.net

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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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.