Our goal is to help you make informed decisions about your future education.
Are you considering college or university?
Student considering coIlege or university may come from a variety of backgrounds. Whatever your prior educational background, we can help. Our goal is to help you make informed decisions about your future education.
Here are the common backgrounds of students we regularly advise.
- current high school students (including International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement)
- recent high school graduates (including International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement)
- international students (including students from American International Schools)
- mature students who have never attended a college or university and have a high school diploma
- mature students who have never attended a college or university and do not have a high school diploma
- students returning to college or university to complete studies
- students who have completed college and are considering university
- students who have completed university and are considering college
- a variation of the above
- concerned or interested parent(s) with lots of questions
Here is a small sample of questions students ask us.
- I'm feeling pressured to go to university/college, what should I do?
- I want to go to college but my parents say I should go to university first. I'm confused. What do I do?
- Are there advantages of taking time off before I go to university or college?
- Is it true that I need a degree to be successful?
- I've been told my entire life that university is a better route than college. Is that true?
- What are basic differences between college and university?
- Won't I earn less if I go to community college?
- Where do I begin to figure out what I should study?
- I am considering pursuing diploma or degree studies online? Is that a wise route to take?
- I've completed college but I'm nervous about attending university. What do I need to succeed?
A pre-university seminar focusing on strategies for academic success.
Before committing to an advising session we offer all our clients a free conversation to get to know us, to learn more more about what we offer, and what you can expect from us. It's also a great opportunity to determine which session best fits your needs: a half-hour, full hour or two-hour session. Simply email or call us to book an appointment.