College Application Counseling Services

Meeting students where they are…and guiding them on their path

The path to college is different for every student, paved with unique dreams, desires, and abilities.

You won’t find a step-by-step process or “college admissions boot camp” option at Delehoy College Counseling; because we know your student doesn’t fit into a box.

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College Admission Counseling

Instead, we offer individualized college admission counseling services and packages that include some combination of the following:

  • Mentorship and Advocacy in the college application and selection process
  • High School Curriculum planning and support in preparation for college
  • Evaluation of student credentials (transcripts, test scores, activities)
  • Recommended College list
  • Campus visits and interview preparation
  • Discussion, Preparation and Editing of the College Admission Essay
  • Information and guidance regarding scholarships and financial aid
  • Information and guidance regarding the college athletic recruitment process
  • Monitoring and guidance of the college application process, materials and submission deadlines
  • Review of college applications and supplemental materials
  • Assessment and decision making support with college acceptance offers
  • Email and telephone support for students and parents

The college application and selection process takes time, attention, and support.  At Delehoy College Counseling, we’re here to help…every step of the way.

Contact Us to learn more about our package options for your student.

Eric helped us and her through the process, positioned us for merit aid that has made a huge difference in being able to afford her first choice.

Knowing our financial situation, Eric helped us choose schools that were not only a good fit for her, but were more likely to offer financial assistance to students with her profile. She is now attending a wonderful private school, with an equally wonderful financial package!

Eric strikes the perfect balance between guiding students to meet deadlines and present themselves well and, in recognizing which decisions are beyond his influence, supporting students in their choices.