College Counseling strives to expand students’ knowledge and horizons in the context of a highly individualized counseling process. The goal of the office is to foster students’ academic, intellectual and personal growth while empowering them to take ownership of the college process and their futures. The students who find the greatest success in the college admission process are those who understand their abilities, passions and interests, and are therefore able to find the “right fit.” Historically, Proctor students have had the motivation and the self-awareness to make such matches. They trust their hearts and inner-self, allowing insight, not college rankings, to guide their post Proctor careers.Rewatch Recent College Counseling Virtual Events
Thursday October 15: A Conversation with College Admissions Professionals
Join Rob McGann, Director of Admission, Univ. of New Hampshire, Peter Hagan, Director of Admission, Syracuse Univ., and Eric Nichols, VP for Enrollment Management, Loyola University Maryland as they provide insights to the current college admission landscape. This event is for all juniors and seniors and their parents/guardians. Rewatch the event HERE.
Friday October 16: An Introduction to College Counseling at Proctor
Director of College Counseling Mike Koenig and Associate Director of College Counseling Lisa Partridge will discuss Proctor's College Counseling model. This sessions is primarily for juniors and their parents/guardians. Rewatch the event HERE
Tuesday, October 20: Learn About the Financial Aid Process
Hosted by the New Hampshire Higher Education Assistance Foundation (NHHEAF), this virtual event will explore the financial aid process and how Proctor's College Counseling team will support families in this process. This event is for all juniors and seniors and their parents/guardians. Rewatch the event HERE.