College Admissions Counseling. Summer 2009. Monday, July 6. Introductions Syllabus Review College Preparation: Personal Experiences College Admissions and Counselors Ethical Issues in College Admission Counseling Equity and College-Going College Preparation Programs
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- Any surprises about your partner’s educational journey?- What messages do you think your students are getting? - Are they similar/different to the messages you received? - How many of you have children? What messages are you giving your children? - How is that message similar or different than the ones we give to our students.Personal Experiences
John has been admitted to both State University and Private College. By late April he has yet to make a final decision regarding the college he will attend. He tells his counselor he has decided to send enrollment deposits to both institutions in order to keep his options open until he can visit both campuses.
*What instruction should the counselor give John to ensure
he fulfills his ethical obligation to the colleges involved?
*What school policies might be established to discourage
students from “double-depositing”?
*How might the counselor help all students understand
their ethical responsibilities throughout the application and admission process?
A school counselor is responsible for making arrangements for the upcoming college fair at her high school. She receives a special request from an alumna who will be representing her alma mater. The request is for a special room in which she may meet only with pre-selected students who have specific standardized scores.
*What ethical issues, if any, does this request raise?
*How might the counselor respond?
College Readiness: Students are college ready when they have the knowledge, skills and behaviors to complete a college course of study successfully, without remediation.
Developed as an alternative for assisting students whose schools had failed them in their college readiness and access quest.