ï»¿ direct access to their admission representatives (USC included), many more students have taken taken advantage with this opportunity. However, take into account that the act of contacting your admission counselor is its own art form. There is a balance between being genuinely wondering. Check out tips to think about when contacting your territory manager:
DO call us if you are confused about our application procedure and require some guidance.
DON’T email us just to say hi. Your email should have a purpose.
DO contact us if you have a relevant question in regards to a specific major. USC has 150 majors and 150 minors; being able to demonstrate your knowledge and fascination with your academic interest is one thing we appreciate, but we also know so many choices could be confusing.
DON’T over-communicate…CONSOLIDATE! We would instead respond to a couple of well orchestrated emails than numerous questions that are individual.
DO remind us if and when we have met in yesteryear. We meet several thousand students each year and appreciate when students don’t assume we remember the conversation we had with them.
DON’T have your parent contact us. Be your very own advocate!
DO write us a note if there is a circumstance that is outlying want us to keep yourself updated of. This is a thing that we shall factor in your application aswell.
DON’T address us incorrectly or improperly in the email.