Services provided with meetings in your home:

 For high school freshmen:   One to two planning meetings which include:

  • Setting out a four-year academic course of study to fulfill the required academic high school work expected of college admissions offices (includes those at the California State and University of California Systems and top private colleges and universities)
  • Discussing expected levels of academic achievement and extracurricular activities for various institutions during one’s high school career in order to be competitive for admission.  

 For high school sophomores:  One to two meetings which include: 

  •  Reviewing student’s academic plans to ensure college application eligibility   Discussing admissions expectations and requirements of different colleges
  •  Advising on extracurricular and summer activities to round out the student’s high school experience, making him/her more interesting to colleges
  •  Introducing the latest characteristics of colleges across the country
  • Reviewing the different fields of study at various colleges

 For high school juniors and seniors:   Up to six meetings which include:

  • Beginning a discussion of different types of colleges the student could attend
  • Assessing student goals and desires for college study
  •  Introducing resources for beginning a college search
  • Discovering what colleges are really the best for the student and why
  • Assembling a working list of colleges
  • Understanding SATs and other standardized testing
  • Generating ideas for the college essay
  • Securing letters of recommendation
  • Preparing for successful college visits and interviews
  • Keeping track of applications
  • Navigating the financial aid process and looking for scholarships
  • Making a good decision after receiving college acceptances
  •  Knowing what to expect upon arrival on campus
  • Exploring the possibility of a gap year after high school

For college transfer students:  Up to three meetings

  • Making the transition from a community college to a four year institution
  • Considering options to make a change from one four year institution to another

For Adults seeking a college education: 

  • Returning to college after an absence
  • Applying to college for the first time
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