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College Counseling

This seven-course program provides the skills needed to guide high school students to college. 

$
100.00
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This program is perfect for...

  • High school college and career counselors who want to develop their professional competencies
  • High school guidance counselors who want to transition into the role of college counselor
  • Individuals who are interested in developing an independent college counseling practice
  • Teachers who want to be better informed about the options available for their students
  • College admissions personnel who want to become more familiar with high school processes and other institutions' protocols

What you can learn.

  • Explore the differences between guidance and college counseling, the college counselor's unique responsibilities, and available resources
  • Discover the fundamentals of financial aid, including types and sources of financial aid, how to apply, who is eligible, and how to use scholarship search services
  • Learn the college admissions process, including choosing a school, writing letters of recommendation, and determining admissions criteria
  • Become familiar with college counseling for groups of students with unique needs, such as those with learning disabilities, undocumented students, students who are members of the LGBT community, and transfer students

Estimated Cost Breakdown

Application & Candidacy Fee

100.00

Estimated Program Tuition

5297.00

Estimated program textbook/materials

200.00

Estimated Total Cost

$5597

*The Application & Candidacy fee establishes your candidacy in the program for a period of time covering normal progress toward completion and may allow you to access a variety of program benefits. See our website or speak to a program representative for more information about candidacy and program benefits.

Internships Available
No
Visa Requirement Applicable
No
VA Benefit Eligible
Yes
Financial Aid
No
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**Federal Financial Aid Gainful Employment Disclosures

The U.S. Department of Education requires colleges and universities to disclose certain information for any financial aid eligible program that, “prepares students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation”. This information includes program costs; occupations that the program prepares students to enter; occupational profiles; on time completion rate; and for the most recent award year: the number of students who have completed the program, the number of students who complete the program within the estimated duration, the job placement rate, and the median Title IV and private loan debt incurred by those who complete the program. For gainful employment information for this program, visit our Financial Aid page.

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