National Counselor Survey – COVID-19 and its effect on the College recruiting process

High School Counselor Marketing, in conjunction with Ruffalo Noel Levitz, recently conducted a national survey of nearly 3,000 High School Counselors pertaining to the current COVID-19 crisis and its effect on the College recruiting process.  The result is an informative view into the needs of High School Counselors during this time.  The survey provides a unique perspective on what Counselors are looking for in terms of communication from higher-ed institutions and their insights into what they will need going forward.

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