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Obviously, we would never minimize the importance of quality, informed college counseling that we offer at admission2college. Time and time again we've seen our work result in happy, successful students at their schools of choice.

But there is an efficient way to arrive at the right fit school both academically and financially by utilizing the college counseling expertise of admission2college and the powerful StudentPrep software platform.

StudentPrep:

  • PROVIDES YOU WITH A COLLEGE SEARCH TOOL TO RESEARCH SCHOOLS AND READ THEIR PROFILES

  • TAKES THE GUESS WORK OUT OF YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER’S ACCEPTANCE TO COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

  • PROVIDES YOU, THE PARENTS, WITH VALUABLE INFORMATION ON THE ESTIMATED REAL COST OF ATTENDANCE

Let us help you make the most of your valuable time and energy; selecting the school that fits your student academically and you financially.

Click here to review our college counseling plans.

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Eliminate College Acceptance Guess work

Combining our college counseling experience with StudentPrep's software tool you will discover your student's chances of being admitted as an applicant, based on their current high school academic and personal profiles vs. the most recent freshman class profile at each college or university they've selected.

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Uncover Realistic Financial Aid and Scholarships Awards

With the StudentPrep tool you can securely input your financial information and see the estimated real cost of attendance at each school your student is interested in attending, in a format that allows you to compare your cost of attendance among schools.

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Save Valuable Time and Money

No wasted time filling out applications, spending application fees, or submitting applications to schools where the chances of admission are slim. No costly cross country visits to schools where even if your student is admitted the merit scholarship and financial aid awards are not enough to make a school affordable.