The college application process is not easy. Students and their families are often intimidated because they are expected to be professionals as soon as the student is ready to start his or her applications. A student’s college planning is among the most important times in his or her life, and there is little help available for them to truly benefit from the process. AdvancedU connects students and their families with professionals whose careers are predicated on assisting families with this challenging, yet extremely important, time in their lives.
AdvancedU will not only connect you with one person to help you; we will build a team of professionals around you, based on your individual needs and personal goals. Not only that, but, if you deem it necessary, we can help you to generate those goals. The below list shows the litany of different services with which AdvancedU can help you.
Application Process Guidance Business Communication Coaching College Search Guidance SAT/ACT Tutoring
Advanced Placement Test Tutoring Personality and Career Testing Interview Coaching SAT/ACT Planning
Recommendation Management High School Course Selection Application Essay/Personal Statement Coaching
We offer these services in, what we call, cafeteria style. We can help you with the whole process, or we can help you with pieces of the process. We will build your program around your needs.
College Admissions Consulting: Who are your consultants?
AdvancedU consists of professional high school and college educators, guidance counselors, former university admissions officers, and communications professionals, who all have significant experience helping students to better prepare for the next phase of their lives. The Network also consults with (and sometimes even hires!) former clients, who have recently gone through the admissions process.
College visits canceled because of coronavirus? High schoolers have other options
Kristin Dunning, one of our college admissions coaches and a counselor at Strath Haven High School, spoke with KYW Newsradio's Suzanne Monaghan about some other options that high school students have if they can't go on a college visit.