College Counseling Update: Clemson and Wofford



An earlier update provided information for virtual tours and chats with representatives from College of Charleston and University of SC. I’ll continue to provide links so that you can begin, or continue, your virtual college search. Previous posts can be found on the College Counseling page.



Wofford

Click on For Prospective Students Beginning Their College Search.

Register for a Virtual Admission Information Session and take a Virtual Tour!

New to Wofford? Complete this form to receive more information from Wofford Admissions.  Remember to open every single email!



Clemson

Clemson Admissions

Click on Explore Virtual Admissions Resources for:

Virtual Information Sessions on Zoom, Virtual Chat with an admissions representative and register for a Virtual Campus Visit


To receive information from Clemson Admissions, click on Find your Undergraduate Admissions Representative and then click on Request Information from Undergraduate Admissions. Again, remember to open every single email!



SAT

The Latest SAT Announcement from College Board:

“In an effort to ensure that students will have opportunities to take the SAT, College Board has added a new SAT administration for Saturday, September 26, 2020.

Registration for the 2020-21 SAT administrations will open the week of May 26. At that point, June registrants will be able to transfer their seat to a 2020-21 administration. All other students in the high school class of 2021 who don't have SAT scores will also have early access to register for the August, September, and October administrations. This includes students who had registered for March or May and had their registrations canceled and refunded. For each administration this year, College Board is preparing to significantly expand the capacity to test.


College Board’s top priorities are the health and safety of students and educators. Please note that we will only move forward with the administrations if it's safe to do so from a public health standpoint.”