Admissions counselors work collaboratively the admissions office to review incoming applications, verify applicant information and materials, and provide assistance in making final approvals for college admission. This role may require counselors to contact applicants to solve issues with applications, such as missing or inaccurate information and may require a significant amount of research and extended hours during different parts of the year.
Admissions counselors require a high school diploma or equivalent (such as a G.E.D.) at a minimum. Due to the nature of the role, a Bachelor's degree or Associate's degree in any relevant area may be preferable. This role may require a driver's license and a clean driving record. Admissions counselors need to effective research skills, good communication skills, and have be highly organized.
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