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I will help you:
+ Graduate in 4 (not 6) years
+ Earn a major you love
+ Have a fantastic college experience
+ Leave with as little debt as possible
AND have fun going through the process of planning for college!
Planning for college should not be a sprint, but a process—jump on board and lets get started.
To find the best "fit" college, students must dedicate time and energy to self-assessment, their situations, and their personal and professional goals—and then identify schools that best meet their needs.
There are over 4,000 colleges and universities in the U.S. alone.
The average student-to-guidance counselor ratio is 450 to 1.
And given the cost of higher education today, spending a semester, year, or more at a school and/or in a major that's a poor-fit may serve as an expensive mishap.
Students experience an average of 42 minutes of one-on-one college planning advising during their four years in high school. Forty-two minutes. Total.
The college planning process may be taxing and sometimes stressful, but it's worth every minute. Take the time to find yourself at a best-fit school—enthusiastic about learning, excited about relating to new peers, professors, and environments.
"Let me help you reach your full potential—academically, socially, and financially"
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Featured Blog Posts:
Discover everything you need to know about the different college application options so you can make the right choice for you If you’re a college-bound high school senior, now’s the time to be getting serious about your college applications. You should be looking at upcoming college application deadlines and requirements to create a plan for…
Discover which of the Florida college pathways is the perfect choice for you If you’re a high school student in Florida, you’re in luck! Your state boasts the best higher education system in the nation. And that’s not an opinion—it’s a fact established by the US News and World Report. You have three high-quality college…
Learn everything you need to know about campus tours, including what to bring and the best questions to ask College visits are an important and exciting part of junior and senior year. And what would a college visit be without a campus tour? If you want to know a lot about a college in a…
Discover a low-stress method for planning college visits to help you get the most out of your experience If you’re a rising senior, you must be feeling excited about going on college visits! After so many college campuses shut their doors in 2020, I’m sure you’re extra grateful you get the chance to visit colleges…
Discover how to use impactful stories and create a “why this major” essay you’ll be proud of The closer you get to your high school graduation, the more often people will ask you, “What are you going to study in college?” And colleges themselves are no exception. Many college and scholarship applications will ask you…
Learn how to pick the right adversity story and write an impressive overcoming adversity essay Whether you’re working on college or scholarship applications, you’re bound to come across the overcoming adversity essay sooner or later. While every type of college application essay is unique, the overcoming adversity essay presents particular challenges for students. What’s the…
Discover which topic to choose and learn the dos and don’ts of writing your personal statement essay As a rising senior, you’re eager to get started on your college applications. A good place to begin is with your college application essays. After all, why not knock out the hardest parts first? One of the most…
Learn how to choose student loans and manage student loan debt the right way to protect your financial future If you’re a senior deciding which college to attend this fall, I’m sure finances are one of the many things on your mind. You’ve compared your different financial aid award letters, but your aid doesn’t cover…