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Our Services


This package includes in-person or virtual assistance with the college admissions experience. It is the best option for students who plan to apply to 6-10 schools, with services beginning typically in the sophomore or junior year. Seniors may also receive this level of support but need to work efficiently for the best outcome. All students must be willing and able to complete tasks required by the consultant.


Services Include:

  • Personalized assessment of interests, strengths, learning style, and goals

  • Analysis of student transcripts, activities, student/parent information reports

  • Standardized testing strategy and timeline that maximizes student success; SAT vs. ACT and Test Optional choices

  • Guidance regarding the evaluation of potential colleges and universities, including campus visits

  • College list building for a fit that includes academic, career, social, and financial concerns, including schools from varying degrees of selectivity for a balanced application plan

  • Assistance with the demonstration of interest in colleges as needed

  • Education regarding cost, affordability, financial aid, and scholarships

  • Brainstorming and guidance for writing and polishing essays, short answer questions, and personal statements with an ethical eye toward maintaining the student’s unique perspective and writing ability

  • Management of on-time applications, resumes, transcripts, letters of recommendation, financial aid applications, and other tasks

  • Interview coaching

  • Analysis of admission and financial aid offers

  • Assistance with Professional Judgement and Wait-List strategies as needed

  • Transition guidance after college selection: Housing and roommate considerations, dining, orientation dates, course selection planning, and other topics.



This service includes analysis of the student’s strengths and interests, transcripts, activities, and standardized test scores, leading to a comprehensive list of 10-12 colleges or universities having a range of admissions selectivity based on academic, social, and financial fit. The student will have access to a Custom College Plan account for ongoing communication and assistance.



This hourly option is for students and families who plan to navigate the college admissions process independently or with the assistance of their school counselor but who would like some additional insights and guidance. Students and parents will submit records and questions in advance for review, and the 60-120-minute session will entail a comprehensive strategic analysis and formulation of an appropriate action plan. Typical discussion topics include the development of a college list, how to maximize scholarship opportunities, testing timelines, and early application deadline strategies.

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