Welcome to the Collegiate Advisory Group
Your Pathway to Success
Your Pathway to Success
The Common Application has added an optional COVID19 essay, should you answer it?
Many schools including Cornell and UChicago are test optional. Will this benefit your application or do you still need to submit standardize test scores?
What can you be doing remotely to make your college application stand out to admission officers
College selection is an exciting and overwhelming time for both students and their parents. Navigating the college process and the many choices can seem daunting. The Collegiate Advisory Group can help students navigate the process of planning, exploring, applying to, and selecting the 'best fit' undergraduate and graduate college.
Reviewing and assisting with the high school application process, course selection guidance, GPA modeling to maximize scores, and standardized test planning.
Choosing the best fit school including development of the college list, managing the college admission process, essay review, interview preparation, and understanding the financial aid process.
Given today's hectic lifestyle, it is difficult to be an expert in everything. With the cost of out-of-state public schools averaging almost $40,000/year and the cost of some private schools exceeding $70,000/year, parents and students are making a significant financial investment in college. In fact, paying for college is one of the largest investments an individual will make next to the purchase of a home. Using the services of independent education consultants such as the Collegiate Advisory Group, who are experts in navigating the college admissions and financial aid processes, can help parents and students ensure that they are making the most informed and cost effective college decision.
Did you know that the average high school college counselor spends less than one hour with each student over the course of their four years in high school? (Source: NACAC) Choosing the best fit college requires significant time and investigation to explore a student's interests and optimize opportunities for their future. This is how independent college consultants can help. We are experts in the field and dedicated to providing students and their parents with the time, resources, and support to understand and investigate the vast array of college choices to find the best fit for each student. We also help reduce the stress of the college application process by working with students and creating a customized plan to guide them through every step of the process and ensure that all deadlines are met.
WHY WORK WITH THE COLLEGIATE ADVISORY GROUP?
By choosing the Collegiate Advisory Group, your student will be guided by knowledgeable and caring education consultants who have proven process and analytics to model GPA potential, have access to interest profiles, have an extensive list of schools that we have visited including our unique insights into these schools, are experienced project managers, and are knowledgeable of the financial aid process. We strive to help each student reach his/her academic and education potential, and create a personalized approach to meet each student's needs.
We are avid users of technology and recognize the importance of communicating tasks and timelines to both students and their parents. We use electronic forms to capture student information, conduct virtual meetings to accommodate student's hectic schedules, and summarize every meeting with a plan of action and next steps. Parent "check-ins'' are established regularly to keep parents informed of the progress and decisions being made during student meetings.
We work with students of all abilities and truly believe their is a 'best fit' college for each student.
Time to be creating the college list
Northwestern Kellogg School is waiving the GMAT/GRE/TOEFL/IELTS requirement for those applying to Round 3 for the Full-Time MBA Programs and a Summer Quarter start for the Evening & Weekend MBA Program.
The $2 trillion coronavirus economic stimulus package, called the CARES Act is now a law. This has several features which that impact higher education: