Our Services

*Speaking Engagements (contact directly for details) 

*Comprehensive College Planning Package (full for the class of 2019)

12 - 14 meetings with student/parent

  • Online Custom College account for all application and essay management 
  • Financial Aid resources for family
  • Administer personality assessments, learning style inventories and  career aptitude assessment
  • Determine Family EFC (Estimated Family Contribution)
  • Net Price Calculators – how to use them to determine college affordability
  • College fair strategies & important questions to ask campus representatives
  • Customized research to develop college interest list
  • Prepare a personalized college list of 10-15 schools based on interests, personality, academic profile and financial considerations
  • Discuss and review early decision and early action options
  • College visit timeline, tips (demonstrated interest) and travel resources
  • PSAT, SAT & ACT, AP testing requirements, timelines and recommendations
  • Tools to write a great college application essay
  • Essay and/or Personal Statement review (as part of essay management)
  • Common Application Management
  • Review of all college applications
  • Develop an Activities and Interest Resume
  • Tips to get the best Letters of Recommendation
  • Interview preparation and mock interviews
  • Job shadow and summer enrichment program recommendations (if applicable)
  • Discuss NCAA eligibility (if applicable)
  • Recommendations/referrals for students with learning and developmental differences
  • Review of award letters and scholarships
  • Decision making strategies for selecting the right school for you
  • Transitioning to college (orientation programs, dorm life, health services)

*College List Only

Two meetings with student/parent

  • Administer personality and career aptitude assessement
  • Development of college list, approximately 20-25 college options

*Hourly Meetings 

 

Services NOT Provided


Compass College Consulting believes that the strength of a student's application is based on the quality of the student's academic performance, test scores, essays, achievements, talents and community contributions. These are the qualities that will make a student a competitive candidate for the college of his or her choice. Therefore, in accordance with the strict rules of the Principles of Good Practice, there are a few things that we can not and will not do. Specifically, they are:

  • Write or substantially revise application essays
  • Knowingly misrepresent a client's credentials
  • Accept compensation based on offers of admission
  • Lobby admissions officers on behalf of candidates
  • Promise any form of financial aid or scholarships
  • Guarantee admission to any institution