As college admission becomes more and more competitive, the role of college counselors has never been more important. Give your students the edge they need to achieve their most successful futures.
We offer a variety of tools for college counselors to stay informed and support their students.
Helpful Counselor Links
The Counselor Toolkit is your go-to USF resource for counselor-related information, from data and tuition costs to testing, newsletters and videos. Other useful tools for you and your students include the College Planning Worksheet and the Counselors’ Corner of the Admit-a-Bull Admissions Blog.
Explore our Community-Based Organization (CBO) Counselor Toolkit, to explore information specifically for counselors who work with underserved students.
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Latest Posts from the College Counselors' Corner
How Counselors Can Support High School Seniors
From Rory Gilmore’s graduation speech to Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (and beyond), senior year has
a firm placement in our pop culture. It’s for a good reason, too. It’s such an important year that
anyone who’s been through it can relate to those TV and movie moments.
How College Counselors Can Help Students Choose a Career Path
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” It’s an ever-present question throughout childhood, but it takes on new meaning (and importance) as teenagers begin preparing for college. A few of your students may know exactly what they want and never waver in their decision. However, most students struggle to find a direction and crave guidance when choosing a career path.
Helping Underserved Students Overcome Fear of College Cost
For students who are among the first in their family to attend college, the transition to higher education can be scary. Underserved students may have to overcome significant financial obstacles or a lack of support at home that their more affluent peers may not face. With those pressures, it’s no surprise the journey to a college degree can include a lot of fear, anxiety, and confusion.