Carolina Campus

Camy Sorge. College Admissions Advisor.

After years of experience in academic advising, admissions, transfer services, and student program management, I founded Carolina Campus to work with students and their families to find the right training, college, or university for their goals.

Background

2007-Present

Carolina Campus

Founder of Carolina Campus. College Admissions Coach & Advisor College. Served over 700 families. Provide help with high school selection; class & curriculum choice; test preparation & strategy; summer and activity planning; college tours; development of appropriate college application list; oversee application process; essay brainstorming, critique & proofreading; scholarship search; financial aid; career tools & evaluation; referrals for tutoring, disability services,  and counseling; transfer and graduate school admissions services; and internship and career development for current and former college students. Operate a pro bono program each year to help in need students.

2003-2015

UNCG

Associate Director of Degrees Matter. Co-creator of countywide education initiative. Degrees Matter is responsible for successful partnership and business development across educational, foundation, governmental, and business sectors; program development from idea to launch of services; and securing state and grant funding.

2011-2013

UNCG

Assistant Director of Transfer & Adult Academic Success Project Manager.  Initiated and developed educational partnerships with multiple community college partners and K-12 districts to include early and middle college transfer programs and new dual admission program between UNCG & Guilford Technical Community College. Managed ACTS, a coaching program for returning adults to campus, to increase retention of non-traditional students. Advised a yearly cohort of undergraduate students on the early completion of degrees, honors and career development activities, and graduate school admissions.

2003-2007

UNCG

Academic Advising, Bryan School of Business and Economics. Advised students with focus on retention, academic development, and career skill building while working with high-risk and special populations such as student athletes, adult, and transfer students; increased retention rates each year.

Mission Statement

To make the admissions process a positive experience, helping the student’s development and independence.