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If you want to succeed in the college admissions process, you need expert support. Whether you have your sights set on the Ivy League or just want to find the best school for you, our team of 300+ Admissions Experts and former Admissions Officers is here to help.


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Get matched with your personalized advising team.

With a team of 300+ Admissions Experts and former Admissions Officers, we have the tools you need to succeed in college admissions. We’ll find the perfect experts to fit your background, interests, and goals.

Build your customized college application strategy.

Never feel alone in the admissions process again. Our experts will work with you to develop a personalized advising strategy tailored to your needs.

Complete your applications in one easy-to-find place.

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Watch 300+ expert-led webinars on demand, attend essay workshops, and view exclusive content designed to give you a competitive edge in the admissions process.

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UT Austin Supplemental Essays 2023-24 As one of the top public universities in the United States, the University of Texas Austin (UT Austin) is a popular choice for many students. […]

Georgetown Supplemental Essays 2023-24 Supplemental essays are an important part of every college application, and Georgetown is no exception. Each Georgetown essay is an opportunity for applicants to share something […]

Rutgers Supplemental Essay Rutgers University, located in New Jersey, is celebrated as one of the premier public universities in the nation. Consequently, Rutgers Admissions carefully review thousands of applications, each […]

MIT Application Deep Dive Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT for short, is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, a suburb of Boston. As one of the top colleges in the nation, MIT […]

Early Action vs Early Decision: Choosing the best application strategy for you Applying to college means keeping track of a slew of essays, documents, and deadlines. Deciding which college application […]

How to Start a Personal Statement One of the first hurdles students encounter when writing college essays is how to start a personal statement. As a core element of many […]

Meet Our Advisors

Our 300+ advisors and admissions officers graduated from or worked at the nation’s best universities, so they know first-hand what it takes to stand out in the admissions process.’s admissions experts include Marshall Scholars, Fulbright recipients, first-generation college students, professional actors and musicians, startup founders, doctors, teachers and more – all rigorously screened and trained to support students and families on their college journeys.

Sena Oztosun
Columbia University

Hi there! My name is Sena and I look forward to working with you during your college application journey. I have recently been serving as Research Analyst at the International Monetary Fund in Washington D.C. A few months prior to joining the IMF, I received my Bachelor’s degree magna cum laude in Economics with a minor in Psychology from Columbia University in 2017. During the third year of my undergraduate studies, I studied abroad at the University of Oxford, Pembroke College in England. I previously worked as a research assistant at Columbia University, and as a summer intern at the Ministry of Economy in Ankara. I also worked as a journalist at Hurriyet Newspaper of Turkey, and have a publication that received a prize in fiction at New York Book Festival 2011. In my free time, I enjoy reading, writing, singing, traveling, and acting in local film and TV productions. Being originally from Turkey and having completed my high school education in England I am especially interested in hearing from international students who would like to come to the United States for their undergraduate education.

Stacey Tuttle
Yale University

I joined the Yale School of Public Health as Assistant Director of Admissions in 2015, during which time I spent time reviewing applications, advising prospective students, guiding admissions review teams, and traveling with partner schools around the country. I moved to a new role as Associate Director of Student Affairs and Registrar in 2018, and then finally to my current position as Director of Student Affairs and Registrar in 2020. In my current role, I continue to stay in touch with our admissions team; advise current students; develop and maintain student affairs procedures, policies and projects; and manage relevant educational technology and systems. Outside of my work at Yale, I taught in the Public Health Department at Southern Connecticut State University until 2021. As a first generation college student, I have a passion for advising young scholars around their career and college interests, and am excited to be work with students on their educational journeys.

Amber Lewis
Stanford University
Hi, everyone! My name is Amber, and I spent my previous two years working as an Undergraduate Admission Counselor at Stanford University. I have both a student and admission perspective of Stanford University, and graduated from Stanford in 2018 with a minor in Spanish and Portuguese. In the admission office, I reviewed applications from different parts of the country and the world, including Canada, California, Virginia and West Virginia; and I look forward to using my experience to encourage you along your own path to college admission soon!

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Rohila Kusampudi
University of California – Los Angeles
I graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor of Science in Psychobiology with a focus on pre-medical sciences. For the last four years, I have been dedicated to clinical research, clinical and non-clinical community service, and student leadership at UCLA. I knew that medicine was my goal from a young age, but highschool and college experiences have been instrumental in affirming that interest. Currently, I am applying to medical schools across the country and I hope to matriculate next year.

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Joy Achuonjei
Columbia University

Greetings! I have a strong academic background, including a Bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience & Behavior Columbia University, as well as a Master’s degree in Neuroscience & Education from Teachers College at Columbia University.

Currently, I am pursuing a dual MBA/MD degree at Hofstra University, where I am focusing on the intersection of healthcare and innovation. In addition to my academic pursuits, I have a wide range of interests and hobbies, including hiking, traveling, and playing the harmonica.

As an Advisor, I am dedicated to using my expertise to help my clients achieve their goals. With my unique perspective on diversity and inclusion, thanks to my Cameroonian background, I strive to create an inclusive and supportive environment for all of my clients.

Wherever you are on your journey to college, I am here to help. I’m excited to work with you and help you achieve your goals!

Theodore Longlois
Hi, y’all! I grew up in Corpus Christi, Texas and graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College. At Harvard, I majored in Folklore and Mythology with a minor in Spanish and Global Health and Health Policy. I was president of Response Peer Counseling, vice president of Harvard College Debate Union, and treasurer of Advocating Success for Kids. I was also a supervisor at Harvard Square Summer Homeless Shelter. I have ten years of experience as a teacher and tutor, including serving as a peer tutor and library educator at Harvard. After graduation, I taught high school debate and was a college advisor with Impact America, an AmeriCorps program. I also taught debate for Smith College. I then went on to teach debate at Success Academy Harlem North Central Middle School, one of New York City’s top charter schools. I am currently a rape crisis advocate in Tuscaloosa, Alabama and am a member of the ACLU of Alabama’s Smart Justice Organizing School. In my free time, I volunteer as a mentor with Trans Mentor Project, work on mutual aid projects across Alabama, and go hiking.

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What Our Clients Had To Say

Jyoti Rani
University of California – Berkeley
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Francesco Efrem Bonetti
Harvard University

When I started the application process as an international student, nobody around me knew what it consisted of. The time we had available was short and I immediately got along with Genevieve. I was able to portray the full picture of my personality and interests. The application process for colleges in the US is very specific and as an international student with no experience in the USA, getting advice from “insiders” was very helpful. What I loved about CollegeAdvisor is that I was always at the center of the creative process as the only one writing my application.

Sofia Vaca Narvaja
Brown University

As an international student who was not very familiar with the whole American universities system in terms of expectations and rules of the college admission “game” in general, having the advisor team made me feel confident in the work I was aiming for and the essays I ended up submitting. They helped me put my best self forward, both on paper and with my interviews. Lastly, a distinctive feature of CollegeAdvisor is the opportunity to chat with students that attend the universities I was planning to apply to. I found this aspect to be very helpful.

Sam Schulman
Vanderbilt University

CollegeAdvisor ensured that the quality of essays, and the timing in which I submitted, were optimized. The results speak for themselves through my acceptance to my first choice school and endless stories of those same outcomes.

Aliye Kocak
Texas A&M University

Very informative and warm people. All the advisors were open for personal, one-on-one sessions and you can literally connect with all kinds of students from all kinds of schools: Coca Cola Scholarship Scholars, Ivy League students, and national award winners. They are willing to guide you wherever you’d like to go. I especially liked it when I found myself talking with all kinds of students from different backgrounds, who are also interested in the same field as me, as they gave me good advice on how they got to where they are.

Jennifer Lawrence
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Gabe was absolutely wonderful as an advisor. He was very thorough with both grammatical and content edits in my essays, as well as very knowledgeable whenever I had questions about the process. I primarily needed CollegeAdvisor for assistance in crafting my essays and activity descriptions and didn’t really make use of any of the offered webinars/workshops; I also had my college list already picked out when I came to CollegeAdvisor, so I didn’t receive much help there either, but Gabe did help me do some research on schools that I was applying.

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