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Admissions counselors usually work at colleges or universities to recruit students, assist students with admissions paperwork, and establish
outreach programs to promote their colleges. Some admissions counselors are hired by colleges to assist their outgoing seniors with the undergraduate application process.
Admissions counselors, at the college level, have a wide variety of responsibilities involved with the application process. At the college level, counselors
often work to improve the colleges's visibility throughout the community and to entice potential applicants. At the college level, they help students apply to the colleges, universities,
or technical colleges of their choice.
When working with college students, admissions counselors are expected to have a wide range of knowledge regarding specific educational, vocational and certificate programs
that may interest students after graduation. They should have a keen understanding of various college applications, and they should be able to assist students in obtaining the
necessary documentation needed for the application process.In addition, college counselors typically have to spend one-on-one time with students during the application process
and help them choose college courses that will meet college requirements. Students will also need help meeting application deadlines and deciding what programs are best suited
for their career goals.Admissions counselors who work at the postsecondary level will be expected to organize recruitment events for their school where they promote their school
to potential students and their parents. They meet with incoming students to discuss the application status and to provide them with information about financial aid, scholarships,
programs and majors. Counselors also need to meet with alumni and create networking systems to find promising potential applicants.