Summit College Counseling

Jackie Woolley, Ph.D. Independent Educational Consultant

College admissions are increasingly competitive and unpredictable. At Summit College Counseling, students learn how to differentiate themselves by focusing their college applications on their interests and passions. Course and Activity Planning- Help high school students select classes, extracurricular activities, volunteer and community service, work experience and summer activities that will enhance their college applications. College Search- Students learn how to research colleges and develop a balanced list of colleges to apply to based on their interests, passions, and what's important to them. Testing Advice- Advice on which test to take, when they should be taken, and whether a student should retest. Application Completion- Help with how to organize the college application process and stay on track to meet application deadlines. Help with how to complete the application activities list so it showcases the student's interests and passions. Personal Statements and Essays- Students learn how to differentiate themselves with personal statements and essays that reflect their unique abilities, interests, and passions.

Mission: Summit College Counseling helps students explore their interests and passions to find the colleges that fit them best.

ACT June Test Information

Thank you for your patience as we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.

All students registered for the June ACT test will receive an email today with the following info:

- Your test center's availability for June 13
- Options for rescheduling
- Refund instructions

📅 For those who wish to reschedule:

Please reference your email to see your testing status & instructions on how to reschedule. Most should be able to reschedule through their student web account. If you do not see this option, please contact us for assistance.

💳 For those who wish to receive a refund:

No problem. Reach out to our Customer Care team, and we'll help you complete your refund.

Wait times may be longer than normal as we help students and families. We thank you in advance for your patience.

✅ There were instances in which test centers had to reduce their capacity, and it caused some students to be displaced.

ACT prioritized students in 12th grade, followed by students in 11th grade, and then looked at the order in which a student registered for the ACT test.

🔔 We will continue to coordinate with test site administrators and CDC, state government, and local public health guidelines to determine availability up until test day.

If your testing status changes, you will receive an email from ACT with the update and instructions.

More information:

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SAT should be suspended for UC admissions, Napolitano says UC president recommends suspending the SAT and ACT as admissions requirements, proposing instead a plan to make them optional for two years.

“We Get It!”: College Admission Deans Speak Out—Part 2 Many college applicants are nervous about how this moment in time will look to the schools to which they will apply. What will it mean that they have not been able to engage in the same ways that previous applicants did? How can they prove their involvement, curiosity, and excellence?

Opinion | There Is No Vaccine for Teenage Despair

A very insightful article written by a high school student addressing the despair teenagers may be feeling especially now with all this uncertainty. Being shut in has a way of bringing out our dark thoughts. But it’s also a chance for honest conversation.

“We Get It!”: College Admission Deans Speak Out There is humanity in the uncertainty of the college admission experience.

IECA--Independent Educational Consultants Association

On National College Decision Day, congratulations to all our seniors! 🎊

Please join us in congratulating the Class of 2020—wherever they may be heading! Feel free to share this video congratulations from all of us at IECA!

Coronavirus Pushes Colleges to the Breaking Point, Forcing ‘Hard Choices’ About Education Forecast declines in enrollment and revenue have triggered spending cuts and salary freezes. “The world order has changed,” said a Northeastern University official.

College students shudder at thought of starting freshman year with online classes The novel coronavirus has emptied out most of the nation's colleges, and they might not reopen this fall

Gap Year Ideas for College Students It’s an uncertain time for starting college. Experts have suggestions for alternatives.

The Big Question for Colleges: Will There Be a Fall Semester on Campus? — The Wall Street Journal Colleges across the U.S. are trying to decide whether they can reopen campus for the fall, and how long they can put off a final decision.

Cal State Fullerton preparing to go online this fall. Will others follow? Cal State Fullerton says that amid coronavirus uncertainty it will prepare to start the fall semester with online instruction. Will other campuses follow suit?

Perspective | A college admissions dean writes open letter to panicked high school juniors Some reassuring words.

Cal State to suspend SAT, ACT test requirement during coronavirus crisis Cal State will not require SAT or ACT test scores for admissions for 2021-2022 applicants, following a similar decision by UC, other colleges.

After Coronavirus, Colleges Worry: Will Students Come Back? The pandemic has already cost universities millions of dollars. As they consider the possibility of remote classes into the fall, they’re worried about losing students, too.

Would you commit to a college you can't visit? Coronavirus upends college decisions Coronavirus has upended college decisions for high school seniors as they grapple with affordability, safety and family obligations

Dozens of colleges and universities are dropping SAT/ACT requirements for fall 2021 applicants, and some for longer Some are using it as a pilot to determine whether to eliminate the requirement altogether.

Three Wishes College Strategies

Let’s seize the opportunity to engage in more Soul-ful Distancing so that when this pandemic is over, we have created our lives around what matters.

If not now, when?

Dear Class of 2020

UC eases admissions requirements to help students, families in wake of COVID-19

The University of California is suspending the standardized test requirement for students applying for fall 2021 freshman admission. The University of California acted last night (March 31) to implement temporary measures which relax undergraduate admissions requirements for students looking to enroll at UC for fall 2020 and future years as applicable. These measures will help mitigate some of the extraordinary challenges student...

UC's response on admissions to COVID-19 | UC Admissions

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AP Updates for Schools Impacted by Coronavirus

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College Board, ACT Reschedule Exams

ACT and SAT Rescheduled- The College Board and ACT have rescheduled upcoming exams. The SAT of May 2 has been canceled. Makeup exams for the March 14 SAT, scheduled for March 28, have also been canceled "in response to the rapidly evolving situation around the coronavirus (COVID-19)." Students who had been registered to tak...

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10News – ABC San Diego KGTV

Thousands of local college students scrambled Tuesday to pack up their belongings and make travel arrangements after San Diego State University and the University of San Diego informed students they had roughly 24 hours to vacate their dorms.

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