What Is The Counselor Ed Agreement
Posted on April 15, 2021
I would first ask your counselor before calling the college`s admissions service.
Glad it was just that the counselor had not made the form. Good luck to your son!
The common application is so crazy that for anyone you know that 10-16-12 date may be intended to cover both the ed agreement and the consultant forms.
After your son at the counselor, you can definitely call the university to find out if they have it.
We emailed the consultant today. She wrote that she did not do so because she had planned to check with him that he still wanted to apply ED (some children change their minds during the process). So today she filed her “ED Agreement” – and now it`s called “submitted 10/18/12” next to “ED AGgreement- Counselor Component”!! Yay! Now the two professors are waiting for letters. My son sent polite warnings on Saturday and explained that he needed everything before 10/31, and to Di, they both sent an email to get them in. You both love her, so I think she flooded e/m requests for letters (so told us the counselor — she said she would help and talk with them if they weren`t in the 10/29). The deadline for university is 11/15, but my son wants to have 2 weeks to make sure everything is in place and, if necessary, send things again. It will be happy if it is done!
Apple the college, explain the situation and ask for the name of the person your advisor should call to get the form.
If your son can still submit his application without it being submitted by the advisor on the screen, the school can simply fax via an agreement that the advisor can sign.
A thing I think is that if the consultant really sent their share (did you directly ask BTW if the board did it?), then you need to know if the university has it, but for some reason it won`t be displayed on your son`s common application screen.
Lakemom, thank you very much! That`s a good idea. Do you think that if it is made by a phone call and “deposited” is not placed next to the ED Agreement- Counselor Component, it would prevent the common application from being filed by my son? (In other words, in the end, when it clicks “Send,” it would be submitted with a “Can`t be submitted because ED Agreement-Counselor” is not submitted? I wonder that this is because the common application would not know that the advisor had taken the phone and called the university to give their consent….).
How do you feel about that?
st you have this problem? My counselor submitted to school report (yay–he says “Submitted 10/16/12 next to “School Report”). However, just above the “school report” it is called “ED Agreement- Counselor Component” – and there is no “submitted.” Scrolling down, there`s the ED Parent Component agreement” and that says “Submitted 9/6.” Also, below the supplements section, he says I (student) filed the ED agreement on 9/8. So why doesn`t she have the ED Agreement consultant? I know that my advisor for my application is ED; She told me. If she hasn`t received an email from the common application via this ED agreement, like my mother, how do I get this to her?
Merk, Lakemom and Lakemom.