Welcome to
The Academy for College Admission Counseling!


Welcome to The Academy!

            You did it!  You survived one of the worst winters ever!  So it’s time to think spring and dream about  summer.  Why not add The Academy to your list of Summer To Dos?

            The Academy will once again offer College Counseling 101, 201 and 301 at beautiful Elmhurst College from July 10-12.  The registration fee of $400 has not changed from previous years; if you want to earn 2 grad credits from Elmhurst, the additional tuition charge has also remained constant.  Please go to the courses page of our website to register online or by mail.  Deadline to register is Friday, June 21st or when the class fills.

            And we have one other way for you to join us this summer.  Plan to attend our second annual Summer Soapbox at Elmhurst College on Tuesday, July 9th.   One listen to three leaders in our field:  Jon Boeckenstedt of DePaul, Adam Ingersoll of Compass Educational Group and Deb Donley of New Trier High School.  Then join in the conversation as we discuss the hot topics of the day.  Registration is $75; you can fine the form on our courses page.

            We hope that you can join us in July.  Til then, continue to enjoy the wonderful work we all do: serving our students in transition.

Sue Biemeret
Executive Director

Questions? Concerns? Comments?  Email us….and be sure to Like us on Facebook!!

Please familiarize yourself with the site. If you have any questions, e-mail: counseloracademy1@gmail.com

Sue Biemeret
Phone: 708-560-4109
Fax: 847-855-2778

We are proudly sponsored by Elmhurst College.

The Academy for College
Admission Counseling
6943 Dada Drive
Gurnee, IL 60031

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The Academy for College Admission Counseling is committed to the principle of equal opportunity. The Academy does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, veteran status, ancestry, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational programs and services.