Meet Jenny!

jennyp@collegewise.com

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Get to know Jenny

Meet Jenny!

jennyp@collegewise.com

TALK TO AN ADVISOR

Get to know Jenny

counselor profile
counselor profile

Jenny Peacock, College Counselor

Jenny had what can only be described as a meteoric rise in the world of admissions. After a college internship in the financial aid office at her alma mater, Peace College (now William Peace University), Jenny moved into Peace’s admissions office first as an assistant director and later as director of admissions. After 12 years, thousands of applications, and too many admissions committee meetings to count, Jenny decided she wanted to spend all of her time doing her favorite part of the job—counseling students—and joined Collegewise in August 2014.

An expert in transfer admissions, Jenny has been counseling students through the transfer process since 2004 for both fall and spring enrollment. Over the years, her students have successfully transferred from community colleges and four-year colleges to universities of their choice. Jenny also has experience with college readmission applications, having navigated the process with students who wished to return to college after a period of absence.

Originally from the South, Jenny loves southern cooking and has very strong opinions as to the superiority of Eastern North Carolina barbecue over, well, every other kind of barbecue. It’s a vinegar/pepper base vs. tomato base distinction that apparently has sparked controversy and debate all the way to the highest levels of North Carolina state legislature.

Education & Experience

Former Director of Admissions, William Peace University

Former Associate Director of Admissions, Peace University

Transfer Admissions Expert

Professional Organization Memberships

NACAC: National Association for College Admission Counseling

SACAC: Southern Association for College Admission Counseling

CACRAO: The Carolinas Association of Collegiate Registrars & Admissions Officers

College Foundation of North Carolina

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