College Planning Center

We'll help you find the right fit for college, both academically and socially. Get help with test prep, the application process, deadlines, and guidance for the right fulfilling career. 100% of our students get into 1 of their top 3 choices! Call us now!

WHAT'S YOUR PLAN? We can give you the tools you will need to ensure your admissions success! College-Bound Consulting, LLC in South Carolina has gathered a unique blend of experts from the academic and private business sector who are well-equipped to help students devise the best plan of attack for getting into college. Now more than ever, students have to learn how to effectively market themselves to prospective colleges; and, College-Bound Consulting, LLC’s experienced consultants are prepared to help you every step of the way to come up with an effective admissions approach. Gone are the days when good grades and a high SAT score could ensure admission to the top schools. With more students fighting for fewer spots, and getting less and less guidance from a shrinking field of over-worked high school guidance counselors, the rules for the college acceptance game are quickly changing.

Mission: Our main objective is to bring a level of personal attention to the admissions process which gives high school students the individual guidance they need to make their college dreams a reality.

Call us today to take your first step in the right direction! - 855-442-4222

National Association for College Admission Counseling- College Openings

Many colleges are still accepting students.

nacacnet.org The College Openings Update is designed as a tool for counselors, parents and teachers as they assist students who have not yet completed the college admission process.

insidehighered.com

Students in off-campus housing struggle to make rent

So many costs to consider.

insidehighered.com Students say they need rent relief from off-campus housing providers refusing to release them from leases during the coronavirus pandemic.

newyorker.com

How the Coronavirus Pandemic Has Shattered the Myth of College in America

This is an intriguing look into the psyche of today’s college students. In a world that has been turned upside down, many young people are left to pick up the pieces on their own.

newyorker.com Young people think of college as an investment in their future. Now that future is changing in ways they can’t apprehend.

Few, if any, aspects of higher ed will remain unchanged this coming school year, so students need to be prepared to deal with this new, post-Corona world.

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Job and internship market discourages students

It is important to be respectfully persistent during these times. Find creative ways to approach companies that are dealing with their own problems. There are always opportunities for advancement in times of crisis if you know where to look. We can help you locate those opportunities- CollegePlanningCenters.com

insidehighered.com Student anxiety is high as internship opportunities are rescinded and hiring delayed by employers. College career advisers remain optimistic that there are still jobs out there.

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Private polling offers another warning sign about college admissions season

As students' college plans change, colleges will be forced to use any method available to them to lure students to their schools. Don't be afraid to ask colleges to "show you the money!"

insidehighered.com One in six students who'd planned to attend four-year colleges full-time no longer plan to do so, private polling says. Data show cause for concern even about those who've already put down deposits.

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I encourage students to click on the link above and watch our webinar from last night. All of our speakers were passionate and impressive, and they had lots of useful information about how kids can get involved with their organizations NOW to build the community service component of their resume.

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Baylor University to go test-optional for 2021 admissions cycle for freshman students

Another school goes test optional.

kxxv.com Baylor says after gathering input from across student support offices, all academic units and the Office of the Provost, Baylor University has made the decision to become a test-optional institution for the 2021 application cycle for incoming freshman students.

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Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Staying Involved: Community Service in the Time of Covid-19. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

Last chance to join tonights panel discussion on "Community Service in the Time of Covid-19" You can still register using the link below:

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_yF556vD6R_C4PBGmV-bH3Q

us02web.zoom.us School closures and "stay at home order" have students feeling helpless and disconnected from their communities. In this webinar, leaders from national organizations such as Rock the Vote, Invisible Hands and Feed America will explain how students can stay involved in their communities even with the...

insidehighered.com

Tuition freezes and cuts show colleges and universities are face downward price pressure amid coronavirus crisis

This is a very interesting look at the financial challenges facing colleges right now.

insidehighered.com The second economic crisis in a dozen years could take a bite out of colleges' ability to set prices, but pressures were mounting long before the coronavirus arrived.

The immediate future of higher education may be unclear, but we can help you find your way. Call today to schedule a free consultation! 855-442-4222

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Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Staying Involved: Community Service in the Time of Covid-19. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

There are only a few spots left for tonights webinar on community service. Reserve your spot now!

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_yF556vD6R_C4PBGmV-bH3Q

us02web.zoom.us School closures and "stay at home order" have students feeling helpless and disconnected from their communities. In this webinar, leaders from national organizations such as Rock the Vote, Invisible Hands and Feed America will explain how students can stay involved in their communities even with the...

insidehighered.com

A review of the ethical issues facing college admissions around May 1 (opinion)

Even before the our world was turned upside down, the college admissions world experienced a significant shift towards a "new normal". The changes that colleges are dealing with now on account of the Covid-19 epidemic could magnify those changes that were already coming.

insidehighered.com Jim Jump reviews the ethical issues facing college admissions officials on May 1.

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Cornell and other colleges move to test-optional admissions

The Ivy League dips a toe in the test optional waters for 2021.

insidehighered.com It is first Ivy to make the move but stresses that it's only for a year. Many other colleges switch as well.

insidehighered.com

Furman reopens admissions for this year

These are strange days indeed! It appears that very few things are off the table now when it comes to college admissions, so don't be afraid to reach out to schools if you have a question. We can help! CollegePlanningCenters.com

insidehighered.com University says it hopes to get students who had wanted to go far from home -- before COVID-19.

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Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Staying Involved: Community Service in the Time of Covid-19. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

We have some fantastic speakers for tomorrow's webinar from Rock the Vote, Feeding America, Invisible Hands and Red Cross. Register below so you can find out how you can continue to stay active in your community during the current pandemic:

Register at: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_yF556vD6R_C4PBGmV-bH3Q

us02web.zoom.us School closures and "stay at home order" have students feeling helpless and disconnected from their communities. In this webinar, leaders from national organizations such as Rock the Vote, Invisible Hands and Feed America will explain how students can stay involved in their communities even with the...

chronicle.com

Here’s a List of Colleges’ Plans for Reopening in the Fall

Keep up with where your college stands on the online vs in person dilemma for this coming fall.

chronicle.com We’re tracking whether institutions expect to have in-person or online-only classes or some mix of the two. Tell us what your campus is doing.

washingtonpost.com

Desperate for fall enrollees, colleges are luring students with campus perks and cold cash

Don’t be afraid to ask for more money. Colleges are desperate to fill their their incoming classes. We can help guide your appeal. Call us today 855-442-4222

washingtonpost.com The coronavirus pandemic is threatening fall enrollment at U.S. colleges and universities. So, in their desperation, schools are turning creative to get students to sign up.

zoom.us

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Staying Involved: Community Service in the Time of Covid-19. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

We have representatives from Rock the Vote, Feeding America, Red Cross and Invisible Hands confirmed for our Webinar this coming Tuesday. Don't miss your chance to find out the numerous ways students can stay involved in their community despite the current quarantine.

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_yF556vD6R_C4PBGmV-bH3Q

zoom.us School closures and "stay at home order" have students feeling helpless and disconnected from their communities. In this webinar, leaders from national organizations such as Rock the Vote, Invisible Hands and Feed America will explain how students can stay involved in their communities even with the...

College Planning Center

Don't let a lost semester derail your college dreams!

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Incoming college students consider taking a gap year instead of school during Covid-19

This could prove to be the best option for many seniors who don’t want to start college online. We can help you better understand your options CollegePlanningCenters.com

cnbc.com As colleges remain closed indefinitely, the number of college-bound seniors considering a gap year is up significantly. But this option is not a quick fix.

insidehighered.com

April 22 Roundup: Free tuition and deferrals, emergency aid, and animals for your Zoom calls

Coronavirus higher education news.

insidehighered.com Everything you need to know for Wednesday about higher ed and the coronavirus in one easy-to-read package (with some distractions to help your sanity).

When life gives you 🍋🍋🍋🍋.....well you know the rest. Let's make some lemonade!! Call today to schedule a free consultation so we can come up with a plan 855-442-4222
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Video Conferencing, Web Conferencing, Webinars, Screen Sharing

We had a fantastic meeting last night with reps from Clemson, UoSC, Coastal, Queens, and Roanoke. Click on the link below to see what you missed!:

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How to Maintain Academic Progress in High School

Students need to form a plan and set goals for themselves. We can help you stay on track.
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usnews.com Even with schools closed due to the coronavirus, students can do five things this spring and summer to avoid academic slide.

zoom.us

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Life Interrupted: Extracurriculars in the Time of Covid-19. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

We have a great panel of experts for today's College Forum:

Mason Hill- Senior Admissions Counselor at Clemson University

Evan Sprinkle - Associate VP, Undergraduate Admissions at Queens University of Charlotte

Josh Wolinski – Assistant Director of Admissions at Roanoke College

Richard Hartley- Coordinator for In-State Recruitment at University of South Carolina

Derek Doss- Associate Director of Admissions Recruitment

You still have time to register:

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_t1GcQy71QRW3BRHgTrRFGA

zoom.us Students around the country are dealing with an unprecedented losses. From spring sports to school clubs and internships, students have had their extracurricular lives on hold while they deal with restrictions resulting from the Coronavirus. In this webinar, we will discuss ways that students can ma...

zoom.us

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Life Interrupted: Extracurriculars in the Time of Covid-19. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

If you want to know what you need to do to get into Clemson and UoSC, be sure to register for tomorrow's webinar. We will have reps from those schools, as well as Coastal, Queens and Roanoke to answer your questions.

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_t1GcQy71QRW3BRHgTrRFGA

zoom.us Students around the country are dealing with an unprecedented losses. From spring sports to school clubs and internships, students have had their extracurricular lives on hold while they deal with restrictions resulting from the Coronavirus. In this webinar, we will discuss ways that students can ma...

insidehighered.com

New recession sets stage for abuses by for-profits, critics fear

Hopefully, we have learned from past mistakes

insidehighered.com The last recession brought overaggressive recruitment of students by bad actors among for-profit colleges, and some worry about a repeat in this economic downturn.

nytimes.com

Students Might Have to Take College Admissions Tests at Home This Fall

For The College Board and the ACT, every option is on the table as they scramble to come up with solutions for the problems created by the Coronavirus lockdown.

nytimes.com The coronavirus is forcing the SAT and ACT to develop digital versions of the standardized tests in case schools remain closed. Critics fear that could deepen inequities.

Don't let a lost semester derail your college dreams!

College Planning Center

Don't let a lost semester derail your college dreams!

Most parents tell us they feel overwhelmed when it comes to helping their sons and daughters get into college. The process isn’t what it used to be and competition for gaining admission and financial aid from schools is intense. Plus, kids don’t always know what they want to be when they grow up.

To ensure that families make the best decisions, two things are key: in-depth knowledge of how the college admission process works and the ability to help kids better understand themselves. That’s where we come in. We know the ins and outs of the college admission process and have worked closely with over 200 high school age kids since our beginning. We’ve structured our admission counseling and test prep programs to fully leverage that knowledge.

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Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Life Interrupted: Extracurriculars in the Time of Covid-19. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

We are excited to report that the Coordinator for In-State Recruitment from UoSC has joined our panel for this coming Tuesday. Reserve your spot today!

zoom.us Students around the country are dealing with an unprecedented losses. From spring sports to school clubs and internships, students have had their extracurricular lives on hold while they deal with restrictions resulting from the Coronavirus. In this webinar, we will discuss ways that students can ma...

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Financial-Aid Appeals Are Mysterious. This Tool Was Built to Simplify Them.

This tool is designed to simplify the financial appeal process for students worried about paying for college.

chronicle.com As Covid-19 shreds the economy, many students are asking colleges to adjust their aid awards. Can a new free service help them do that?

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