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Express Consultation – $80
- A 30 minute phone conference for those who have done initial research but have specific questions regarding their family’s particular situation
- Verbal only, no written documentation provided
Initial Consultation – $240
- A 90 minute conference (phone, Zoom, or in person) includes review of the in-depth online questionnaire prior to consultation, refining your student’s list of schools, and general guidance on the application process including timing
Hourly Services – $160
- Information or comparison on different schools, programs
- A customized list of schools, including application fees & requirements
- Consultation throughout the decision-making process
- On-going support throughout the college application and acceptance process
3 Hour Package – $450
- Package discount for a 3 hour block (180 minutes via phone, Zoom or in person) – Prepayment of package allows for the greatest flexibility in initial or follow-up services which can include review of school criteria and fit, understanding institutional priorities, extracurricular review, interview prep, essay/portfolio brainstorming and feedback, waitlist and decision next steps, etc, at a discounted rate of $150/hr.
Additional Services – pricing upon request
- Researching and/or scheduling of school tours and student visit events
- Reviewing, editing or revising application essays, as needed
- Interview preparation or portfolio feedback
- Tour/application status tracking grid & deadline reminders, updated regularly
- Post-acceptance assistance, including weighing pros and cons of offers, how to approach schools for appeals