Episode 42- Be present. Be open. Be uncomfortable.

The University of California receives more applications than any other public or private institution in the country. UCLA ranks number one as the leader of the board, having received with over 135 thousand applicants in each of the last two years. 

Be present. Be open. Be uncomfortable.

When was the last time you were uncomfortable? Today, our guest, Ross Mankuta, offers his tips, tales, and lessons on how teaching your child to be present, be open-minded, and be willing to explore and be uncomfortable is the best preparation for the college admission process.

Expose, Educate and Exit: Finding The Best College.

Today’s guest, Bill McMurray, Regional Director of Admissions at Roger Williams University, eloquently shares his own tales of the role his parents and mentors played in his college process and his recommendation now of how parents must allow their nearly college aged child take control over their journey to college.

How To Pay For College: What You Need To Know

Parents and supporters!! Today you are going to learn about financial aid, financial planning, scholarship dollars, and which colleges offer tuition free for families who earn under 150K. As a bonus you’ll learn how to get an over 1000% Return On Investment as you teach your teen the cost of college!

Updated, Episode 11: The Do’s And Don’ts Of The College Application

The Do's and Don’ts of The College

Updated, Episode 11: The Do’s And Don’ts Of The College Application Dr. Cynthia Colon Interview with Vince Garcia & Caryl Kirkstensen Download the transcript. Click Here To Listen Now Thank you so much for listening today! Consider me your Step-By-Step College Admissions Coach and Cheerleader.  This podcast is for college-bound teens and the parents, mentors […]

Episode 36- The Common App And Those Pesky Supplemental Essay Questions

Episode 36- The Common App And Those Pesky Supplemental Essay Questions Dr. Cynthia Colon Working on the Common Application? Trying to figure out what to include in those pesky supplemental essays? I get it; they are a thorn in your side. Just when you think you are done with the application, you then notice the […]