2016 High School Counselor Workshop

A Forum for University System of Georgia Admissions Issues Facing High School Guidance Counselors.

The 2016 High School Counselor Workshop will be held April 20 and 21, 2016.

This workshop curriculum exclusively focuses on information that best prepares high school guidance counselors and their readiness to advise juniors and seniors into the University System of Georgia. This two day experience contains a variety of topics that are dedicated to college bound advisement issues.

Speakers include leaders in government, education and industry with a focus on college and university admissions related issues.

Agenda: Please use the following link to view the agenda for the 2016 High School Counselor Workshop. This years' panels will be split into a larger and smaller college panel to field your questions. A college browsing session will also take place on Thursday.

Purpose: This two day workshop is designed to improve communications between college admission offices and high school guidance offices and keep counselors abreast of how decisions, student marketing, processing and other procedures are conducted at public colleges and universities.

The workshop experience is valued at one (1) SDU/PLU credit issued by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Enrollment Services at Kennesaw State University. You must attend both days of the workshop to obtain the credit. No exceptions will be offered.

Location: KSU Center Room 300 and 400

Workshop Dates: April 20 - 21, 2016 from 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Questions: If you have any questions about the event, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions directly at 470-578-6500.

Participant Information: Please use the links below to access specific instructions regarding your participation in the High School Counselor Workshop

2016 High School Counselor Workshop Agenda


Browsing Session Participant Information


Small College Panel Participant Information


Large College Panel Participant Information

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