We realize that student’s today are under more pressure than ever. They tell us that planning for college is just one more thing to be stressed out about.
You’re probably already overbooked with sports, clubs, AP classes, and school trips. You’re probably wondering how you’ll fit in planning for college. There’s so much
on the web about choosing a college, practicing for SATs and ACTs and what it takes to get into the college of your dreams. You might be worried about how you’ll remember
all the important deadlines and whether or not your parent’s can afford the college you choose.
American College Counseling is here to help. We recognize that the planning process may seem overwhelming and complicated. We guide you along the process in two ways.
First, we’ll assign you an adviser from our Counselor’s Office to respond to your questions and concerns. Second, we’ll give you 24/7 access to our online
resource center, YOURACCI.
This is what you can expect:
- A personal ACCI Student Coordinator with full understanding of the college admissions process. This person will have the big picture view of your admissions goals and is there to
help you achieve them.
Your Student Coordinator will provide you with the following services:
- One-on-one assistance with SAT/ACT preparation.
- High school course suggestions to maximize your acceptance to college.
- Individualized college search based on your unique qualifications.
- Personalized counseling on submitting applications and writing essays.
- Reminders about important deadlines and tasks.
- Advice on choice of major and career planning.
- Colleges that match your personal & career goals.
- We provide unlimited access to YOURACCI, our online resource center.
- Hundreds of articles on every aspect of college planning.
- Research colleges on the most comprehensive database available.
- Receive email reminders to keep your on track and a personalized deadlines calendar.
- To keep you on track, we provide an issue of COLLEGE Bound Guide ™ every month. It provides helpful calendars and task lists alongside timely articles written by
nationally-recognized college admissions counselors and college financing experts.