Admission Counselors work in academic settings. Their role is purely administrative as they are required to manage all aspects of an academic institute’s admission procedures.

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This sample starts with a targeted objective and focuses an qualifications and achievements of candidate.



Admissions Counselor Resume Example


Berta Hanger

837 Wyoming ● Saint Paul, MN 42332
(000) 933-9212 ● Email

To obtain a position as an Admissions Counselor with Temple University utilizing relevant education, hands-on experience in academic environments and exceptional corresponding skills

• Five years of work experience as an Admissions Counselor with Keiser University
• Highly skilled in advising, programming and working with university students
• Hands on experience with communicating with students to address inquiries
• In depth knowledge of common academic protocols used in managing admissions processes
• Proficient in creating liaison with different departments within a university setting
• Computer – MS Office Suite and MS Project
• Bilingual – English and Italian

• Formulated a comprehensive admissions application set which covers the entire admissions process without room for errors
• Introduced and trained admissions personnel on the online admissions processing database thereby reducing paperwork

October 2007 – Present
Keiser University – Saint Paul, MN
Admissions Counselor
• Provide admissions assistance to university students and new applicants
• Set up info sessions by maintaining liaison with other institutes and agencies
• Assist students throughout the admissions process
• Establish relationships with outreach contacts
• Network with district schools and universities
• Represent university at academic events

Saint Paul University – 2006
Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Major: Counseling
GPA: 3.7

• Excellent communication skills in English and Spanish
• Proven ability to work flexible hours
• Profound ability to work with individual prospective students
• Great organizational and time management skills
• Demonstrated ability to work long hours