Pro bono college advising for lower-income and first-generation students.
Applications for the 2021 cycle have closed. Final decisions were released on July 30th.
100 Exceptional Students
Detailed College App Guidance
Peer to Peer Engagement
Committed to Inclusivity and Diversity
How It Works
The CollegeAdvisor.com Scholars Program was designed to bolster our commitment to equity and accessibility in higher education. Each year, the program provides free, comprehensive admissions support to 100 high school students with demonstrated financial need. Those students are often also first-generation college applicants and/or from historically underrepresented communities. Each Scholar is matched with a primary advisor who provides dedicated support on all aspects of the admissions process. Throughout the year, the Scholar will work with their advisor to develop their essays, prepare for interviews, finalize their college list, and more. Scholars will also attend a series of webinars designed to guide them through every application milestone. The Scholars Program is designed to help each student develop their Common Application or Coalition Application, as well as 1-2 school-specific supplements. However, we recognize that each student’s needs will vary, and we are committed to supporting the individual needs of each Scholar throughout their admissions journey.
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
It was amazing. My advisor made me feel comfortable and supported me the entire way through.
I think my experience as a whole was a success. I got a lot of constructive feedback from my advisors and it really helped me with my applications. I really appreciate all the help and support I received. In the end, I am happy that I chose ChollegeAdvisor and would definitely recommend it to others.
University of California – Irvine
First off, my experience was very straighforward and smooth. The price is affordable especially considering the amount of work and time that you receive, not to mention the benefits provided by each plan. There are frequent check ins so you can review the work accomplished you have accomplished and my advisor would be on top of planning next steps for me. When writing my college essays, my advisor did not do the work for me but rather helped guide me to success. I would highly recommend all students applying to college use this recourse.
My advisor has been more than able to work with me on whatever I needed help with, be that: organizing my applications, searching for scholarships, or finding financial aid. Video meetings went smoothly and I was able to make a college choice I can be confident in as a result of my advisor.
Applications Have Closed
Decisions were released on July 30
Personalized and effective college advising for high school students.