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College Counselor & Advisor Connections

TOOLS FOR COUNSELORS

As college admissions 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 four ways for college counselors to stay informed and support their students:

  • The Counselor Toolkit. This is your USF clearinghouse for counselor-related information, from data and tuition costs to testing, newsletters and videos.
  • The Counselor Newsletter. This quarterly newsletter shares the latest resources, tools and information to support students.
  • The Admit-A-Bull Official Admissions Blog. The College Counselors’ Corner of the blog features news, tips and tools for counselors and advisors.

  • The USF Journey Through Admission. Enjoy an interactive look at all the USF information you and your students need, including details on cost, admissions, deadlines and more.


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If you still have questions after browsing our online resources, contact us at the Office of Admissions by email, phone, or fax. 

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Latest Posts from the College Counselors' Corner

How to Talk to Students About Majors as a College Counselor

For many students, talking about a college major can be overwhelming. Oddly, it never hurts to open this important conversation with Buddy the Elf. Why? Will Ferrell, the comic genius who played Santa’s oversized helper, graduated from college not as a theater major or toy factory operations major. He was, of all things, a sports information major. So, if you’re wondering how to talk to students about majors as a college counselor, assure them that being undecided doesn’t make them cotton-headed ninny muggins. It’s a hard choice. But it's not a decision that will make or break their future.