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|COVID-19 Information for School Counselors|
for School Counselors
and College Advisors
Information for School Counselors Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
We want Washington students who have yet to decide where they will enroll—or are re-thinking or just now making their college plans—to consider the terrific options available here at home. To help students whose plans may be changing, Gonzaga, Heritage, PLU, Saint Martin's, SPU, Seattle U., Puget Sound, Walla Walla U., Whitman and Whitworth are still accepting applications for Fall 2020.
Read more in this message from Washington’s colleges and universities to Washington’s students: What to Know and Consider as You Plan Ahead During the COVID-19 Crisis.
Also, here is a summary of the status of Fall Terms for Undergraduates and return to Campus Plans.
Students' Admissions Questions Answered
Fall 2020 First-Year Students
Do you want to enroll in Fall 2020? This update is for you.
Summer and Fall 2020 Transfer Students
Are you a community college student looking to transfer? Click here.
Dual Credit High School Students
Are you a high school student also pursuing college credit? Click here.
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A Message from Independent Colleges of Washington
We hope you are well. You have been on our minds, as you work with our young adults in this tumultuous time. Thank you for the good work you do in counseling and supporting Washington State’s high school students.
As your partners in the work of guiding students to post-secondary education and training, we want to offer our support to you as well. Each college and university in the State of Washington seeks to be accommodating as the COVID-19 pandemic disrupts normal life.
We will also ask for your patience. Often, challenges that seem simple reveal themselves to have greater consequences that need to be thought through.
Whether you are working to answer questions for your seniors in the Class of 2020, or help the students in the Classes of 2021, 2022 and 2023, we have information to share.
Independent Colleges of Washington member campuses have collaborated with our public higher education partners to guidance specific to different groups of students. Should you have admission or financial aid questions, please contact us.
Additionally, with K-12 public and private schools staying closed for the remainder of the academic year, we have been working to answer common questions for students pursuing dual credit. We are grateful to be in partnership with you. Thank you for your dedicated work to the students, and to your communities. We look forward to continued work together.