There is no one-size-fits-all template for advising students, as each student has a different pathway. After a careful set of assessments, My Pathway to CollegeTM will work to encourage, guide, and motivate your student to put his or her best foot forward in the college admissions process.

My Pathway to CollegeTM takes the stress out of applying to colleges by breaking down the process into manageable timelines on how to discover, navigate, and explore a student’s pathway to college. Call My Pathway to CollegeTM for a consultation meeting to determine which pathway package will be the best fit for your student based on his/her college and career interests.

 

Things You Should Know

Understanding College Admissions in the COVID-19 Era

The COVID-19 pandemic is leaving high school students and their families with a lot of uncertainty. The overarching question on everyone’s mind right now is:  What will the recent changes mean for college admissions moving forward?  In response to these questions, My Pathway to College and local colleague, Dori Middlebrook, hosted a webinar... Read More

How Will Your College Essay Standout?

  The fall is a busy time of year for college admissions representatives. They spend a lot of it on the road visiting schools and presenting at college fairs. Their days are spent rushing between appointments, attending working lunches, and end late at their hotel rooms when they finally sit down, open their... Read More

Paying Your Child’s College Bill

  A few months before your child starts college, you’ll receive a bill from the college for your child’s first semester (or quarter) expenses. The college will deduct any financial aid or scholarships, and the bill will show the amount you – the parents – will need to pay before school starts. If... Read More

Appealing Your Financial Aid Award

If your first choice college offers everything you want but the price tag is making you cringe, don’t give up hope; consider appealing your financial aid award. While colleges and universities won’t encourage such an appeal, the financial aid officers are empowered to make adjustments, if deemed warranted. To appeal, do the following:... Read More


 

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