College is a great place to be and an exciting time in a student’s life. Getting into college, however, can be challenging. At U-College we are here to explain, demystify, and guide you through every step so as to make the process highly personalized and less stressful.
We will guide and support you through every step of the college process so that you can achieve your goals and become the person you want to be. We will discuss career paths based on interests, goals and achievements.
We will develop a custom-tailored list based on your child's unique academic and personal interests and preferences. This service includes an in-depth consultation and list.
We'll conduct a comprehensive evaluation of your child's academic history and potential interests to help them plan and map out their classes, extracurricular and summer activities.
We will help your child brainstorm, outline, and review their essays to help them craft an essay that is authentically them!
Whether its the Common App, Coalition, or any other application, we will help your child create a plan, select deadlines, and get them to the finish line.
We'll conduct a mock interview with the real questions used to help your child feel confident in their interview.
Let us help you ease some of the stress by helping your family plan out everything related to college admissions, including list building, activity planning, academic guidance, essay brainstorming, and application assistance.
"I just wanted to let you know that I got accepted to a total of 12 colleges and was waitlisted at another. I ultimately decided to attend UCLA in the fall! Thank you for all your kindness and support throughout the college process over the past year!! I couldn’t have done it without you! I appreciate it so much!"
"I have been working with Tali Nesher for over a year in planning and finding the best fit for my son after high school. Tali has been a tremendously resourceful professional who is knowledgeable and consistently responsive to our questions and concerns during this important transition"