Call Us, Maybe? Since many universities give potential students access that is direct their admission representatives (USC included), many more students have taken taken advantage of this possibility. Nevertheless, remember the act of calling your admission counselor is its very own art form. There’s a balance between being genuinely curious. Below are a few tips to start thinking about when contacting your territory supervisor: DO e mail us in the event that you are confused about our application process and may need some guidance. DON’T email us just to express hi. Your email must have a purpose. DO contact us when you have a relevant question of a specific major. USC has 150 majors and 150 minors; being able to demonstrate your knowledge and desire for your academic interest is one thing we appreciate, but we also know numerous choices can be confusing. DON’T over-communicate…CONSOLIDATE! We might rather react to several well orchestrated emails than numerous individual concerns. DO remind us if and when we’ve met in yesteryear. We meet a huge number of students each year and appreciate when students don’t assume we remember the conversation we had with them. DON’T have your parent e mail us. Be your very own advocate! DO write us an email when there is a circumstance that is outlying want us to keep yourself updated of. This is something which we shall factor in your application as well. DON’T address us incorrectly or improperly in the email. DO include your USC ID number and/or name in your email. Finally, DON’T ask us to modify your writing examples. We can offer you general suggestions about what you should take into account when composing your own personal statement nonetheless it is not right for us to edit them. Presenting Kenley new staff blogger It had been just over two years ago it has been that I started as an Assistant Director of Admission at USC. Wow, what a journey! I work with students from a variety of areas: Utah, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Kansas City, and parts of Orange County and San Diego (phew!). I have bright red hair, as well as the fiery personality to complement, therefore I am always full of energy or over for any adventure. We love to travel, explore the out-of-doors, bake anything with chocolate (lots from it!), and you can always find me dancing if there is a tune that is upbeat. I am delighted to be joining the blogging team and can’t wait to share some of my insights and knowledge about the admission process and college life. I grew up in Utah and lived within the many breathtaking mountains in the world. We spent quite a bit of time exploring them, but got fed up with the winters that are lengthy which is why I became eager to attend school in sunny Southern Ca. We attended Claremont McKenna university where I studied International Relations and Psychology. We loved my university experience. I actually liked it, which is why I enjoy employed in higher education, specifically helping students find an organization that’s a fit that is good. It’s very easy to talk to potential students about USC since it is such a great spot to live and study. We am lucky to function on such a dynamic, energy-filled campus. Our pupils are thinkers, scholastic options are plentiful, and our company is located in an urban community in one of the biggest urban centers on earth. I can not wait to share more about the USC experience therefore the admission process in my own posts to come! Dining Table For Just One ‘ Our battered suitcases had been piled on the sidewalk again; we had longer ways to go. But no matter, the road is life.’ Jack Kerouac Currently, this blog is being written by me sitting inside a Peet’s Coffee in Northern California. Table for one, headphones in ears, answering emails and logging down notes about my senior high school visits from earlier today. For the in a few days and a half, I will be living in hotel rooms and having meals on my own. Usually, there is time and energy to explore the cities I visit to ensure that’s nice. But the majority for the right time, the road can be tiring so I spend most of my time resting whenever possible. It is very an easy task to get unwell on the road! For about two months of the 12 months, tens of thousands of admission representatives all around the nation live this lifestyle. From the perspective that is outside it seems really glamorous. In lots of ways, it is really a really fun work. Its truly rewarding to be able to simply help pupils in one of the very most phases that are transitional their lives. It is also good having the ability to be away from the workplace. However, this element of the job can be isolating as well. It creates me appreciate my friends, family and wife back at home more. Nevertheless, our mission is what is on the forefront. USC visits over 2,000 schools each year; we look at the most high schools out of any university in the country. We are out here searching for students that may compensate the next incoming class of freshmen at USC. It is our goal to put together a class that is exceptionally diverse year so we wish to meet all types of pupils. I am honored to complete my part that is small in process. It brings me a sense of satisfaction working for a university that aligns with my own vision for education. So seek us out. Ask questions. Become familiar with us. We care about what we do and all we want is to help you be pleased with your choice. It is a life that is big therefore it’s important become up to date. If we appear to be we have been on the go in between visits, it is most likely because our company is. But we will always allow you to feel welcome to contact us at a time that is different via email or phone. We think what we do issues. It is loved by us. Regardless if it means sitting through one lonely meal at a time ☺ By the method, just in case you’re curious, the USC Admission office has published pictures of our adventures regarding the road. All of them are on our Instagram account, @USCADMISSION. Follow us. Say hi. Maybe also make recommendations if we have been in your town!

Call Us, Maybe? Since many universities give potential students access that is direct their admission representatives (USC included), many more students have taken taken advantage of this possibility. Nevertheless, remember the act of calling your admission counselor is its very own art form. There’s a balance between being genuinely curious. Below are a few tips to start thinking about when contacting your territory supervisor:</p> <p><strong>DO</strong> e mail us in the event that you are confused about our application process and may need some guidance.</p> <p><strong>DON’T</strong> email us just to express hi. Your email must have a purpose.</p> <p><strong>DO</strong> contact us when you have a relevant question of a specific major. USC has 150 majors and 150 minors; being able to demonstrate your knowledge and desire for your academic interest is one thing we appreciate, but we also know numerous choices can be confusing.</p> <p><strong>DON’T</strong> over-communicate…CONSOLIDATE! We might rather react to several well orchestrated emails than numerous individual concerns.</p> <p><strong>DO</strong> remind us if and when we’ve met in yesteryear. We meet a huge number of students each year and appreciate when students don’t assume we remember the conversation we had with them.</p> <p><strong>DON’T</strong> have your parent e mail us. Be your very own advocate!</p> <p><strong>DO</strong> write us an email when there is a circumstance that is outlying want us to keep yourself updated of. This is something which we shall factor in your application as well.</p> <p><strong>DON’T</strong> address us incorrectly or improperly in the email.</p> <p><strong>DO</strong> include your <span id="more-5419"></span>USC ID number and/or name in your email.</p> <p>Finally, <strong>DON’T</strong> ask us to modify your writing examples. We can offer you general suggestions about what you should take into account when composing your own personal statement nonetheless it is not right for us to edit them.</p> <h1>Presenting Kenley new staff blogger</h1> <p> It had been just over two years ago it has been that I started as an Assistant Director of Admission at USC. Wow, what a journey! I work with students from a variety of areas: Utah, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Kansas City, and parts of Orange County and San Diego (phew!). I have bright red hair, as well as the fiery personality to complement, therefore I am always full of energy or over for any adventure. We love to travel, explore the out-of-doors, bake anything with chocolate (lots from it!), and you can always find me dancing if there is a tune that is upbeat. I am delighted to be joining the blogging team and can’t wait to share some of my insights and knowledge about the admission process and college life.</p> <p>I grew up in Utah and lived within the many breathtaking mountains in the world. We spent quite a bit of time exploring them, but got fed up with the winters that are lengthy which is why I became eager to attend school in sunny Southern Ca. We attended Claremont McKenna university where I studied International Relations and Psychology.</p> <p>We loved my university experience. I <em>actually </em>liked it, which is why I enjoy employed in higher education, specifically helping students find an organization that’s a fit that is good. It’s very easy to talk to potential students about USC since it is such a great spot to live and study. We am lucky to function on such a dynamic, energy-filled campus. Our pupils are thinkers, scholastic options are plentiful, and our company is located in an urban community in one of the biggest urban centers on earth. I can not wait to share more about the USC experience therefore the admission process in my own posts to come!</p> <h1> Dining Table For Just One</h1> <p><em>‘ Our battered suitcases had been piled on the sidewalk again; we had longer ways to go. But no matter, the road is life.’ Jack Kerouac</em></p> <p>Currently, this blog is being written by me sitting inside a Peet’s Coffee in Northern California. Table for one, headphones in ears, answering emails and logging down notes about my senior high school visits from earlier today. For the in a few days and a half, I will be living in hotel rooms and having meals on my own. Usually, there is time and energy to explore the cities I visit to ensure that’s nice. But the majority for the right time, the road can be tiring so I spend most of my time resting whenever possible. It is very an easy task to get unwell on the road!<br /> For about two months of the 12 months, tens of thousands of admission representatives all around the nation live this lifestyle. From the perspective that is outside it seems really glamorous. In lots of ways, it is really a really fun work. Its truly rewarding to be able to simply help pupils in one of the very most phases that are transitional their lives. It is also good having the ability to be away from the workplace. However, this element of the job can be isolating as well. It creates me appreciate my friends, family and wife back at home more.<br /> Nevertheless, our mission is what is on the forefront. USC visits over 2,000 schools each year; we look at the most high schools out of any university in the country. We are out here searching for students that may compensate the next incoming class of freshmen at USC. It is our goal to put together a class that is exceptionally diverse year so we wish to meet all types of pupils. I am honored to complete my part that is small in process. It brings me a sense of satisfaction working for a university that aligns with my own vision for education.<br /> So seek us out. Ask questions. Become familiar with us. We care about what we do and all we want is to help you be pleased with your choice. It is a life that is big therefore it’s important become up to date. If we appear to be we have been on the go in between visits, it is most likely because our company is. But we will always allow you to feel welcome to contact us at a time that is different via email or phone. We think what we do issues. It is loved by us. Regardless if it means sitting through one lonely meal at a time ☺</p> <p>By the method, just in case you’re curious, the USC Admission office has published <a href="https://shmoop.pro/">https://shmoop.pro/</a> pictures of our adventures regarding the road. All of them are on our Instagram account, <strong>@USCADMISSION</strong>. Follow us. Say hi. 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