Why work with a college advisor?
Funding in public schools for college counselors has been reduced, leaving students with diminished access to this valuable resource. I work with you to supplement your high school counselor and to optimize your support.
As a professional college advisor I have the knowledge and expertise to assist students and families in the complex and time-consuming college application process. I work on-on-one with students in an efficient and calm environment, supporting students and helping reduce stress in the parent/teenager dynamic. The goal is to help you find your “best fit” college.
High School Course Planning: Proper planning can help keep your options open.
Transcript Review: I'll make sure you have completed all coursework needed for specific colleges.
Test Review and Scheduling: I'll guide you on which tests to take, how to prepare, and when to test.
Career and College Major Exploration: I'll help you discover your strengths and interests.
Extra-curricular Activity Review: We'll making sure you are prepared to present as well-rounded candidate.
College Research & List Development: I'll help you create a balanced list of colleges that will be the best fit.
Application Support & Organization: I'll give you the tools to stay organized as you manage your applications and accounts.
Essay Consultation: I'll provide you with guidance so that your voice comes through in your writing.
Time Management: I'll help you craft a plan to get your applications in on time and still have a life!
Campus Tours & Interview Guidance: I'll help you prepare for tours and interviews so you can ask the right questions and be yourself.
Financial Aid Support: I'll help you find colleges where you can best maximize your financial aid opportunities.
Final Enrollment Decision: I'll help you weigh the pros and cons as you make your final decision.
Please give me a call to discuss how Coyle College Advising can help you understand all your options.
Call Beth at (925) 408-5318 or drop me an e-mail below:
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