Why you should speak to an admissions counselor

Degrees can be expensive and time-consuming, so speaking to someone before applying for and starting your course can put you on the right track.

Why you should speak to an admissions counselorIt’s normal to have questions and concerns before making a big commitment, such as signing up for a degree. Talking to an admissions counselor before applying for a degree has a lot of benefits.

Learn more about the university

Before signing up for a degree, it’s important to learn more about the university. The best way to do this is by talking to an admissions counselor from the university. They can provide more information.

For example, a common misconception about online qualifications such as Wilkes University degrees is that they don’t carry as much weight as a ‘campus’ qualification. However, this is wrong and an admissions counselor can explain the value of their degrees, how the courses are delivered, and how they can further your career. The admissions counselor may even have statistics of former students who have gone on to achieve success after gaining their degree.

Course guidance

Degrees can be expensive and time-consuming, so speaking to someone before applying for and starting your course can put you on the right track. There may be a better qualification available to help you achieve your career goals. After speaking to someone, you may realize that there is something else that you would prefer to do and a different degree can help you. This can prevent students from spending time and money on the wrong course. 

Creating a plan

If you haven’t studied in a while, it may take some time to get back into a routine. Also, the last time you studied, things may have been different. You might have family now, caring responsibilities, your own home to maintain, work, and any number of other commitments. If your last qualification was gained on campus, but the one that you’re applying for is online, you will need to adapt to a different style of learning. This involves setting your own study hours, motivating yourself and meeting deadlines.

An admissions counselor can help you come up with a plan to suit your specific circumstances. If you fall behind on the course, support staff will also be on hand to help you catch up and advise you on how to work around any difficulties you’re having. 

Have your questions answered

Most students will have questions before starting a course, but some will feel stupid asking them, so they stay quiet instead. However, there are no stupid questions, and an admissions counselor will have dealt with students who had the same or similar questions. You can’t know something if you’ve never been told it, so don’t be put off asking questions.

Knowing what to expect before signing up can help you prepare yourself. If you’re unsure about the admissions process, the counselor will explain this to you – so you can put your mind at rest, knowing how long everything will take and the level of support you can expect to receive.

Even if you’re keen to sign up and think that you know what course you want to study, speaking to an admissions counselor is a good idea. They can either confirm that you’re on the right track, or guide you towards a better path.



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