Applying to college doesn’t have to be stressful.

We use a student-centered approach focusing on the strengths of each student and finding college options where they will be both happy and successful.

UPCOMING Intensive Workshops

Workshop #1

College List Builder

Sunday, January 22nd, 9am-12:30pm
The foundation of the college application process rests on thoughtful college research. Students need to think about their priorities and determine how to evaluate colleges based on their specific criteria. We have fine-tuned many proprietary documents to help students efficiently identify their values and effectively research colleges.

Workshop #2

Majors and Activities

Sunday, February 12th, 9am-12:30pm

Students need to be involved in high school to be competitive college applicants. In this workshop, we will help students capture their involvement and determine how their spring and summer activities can complement their applications.

Workshop #3

The UC PIQs

Sunday, March 26th, 9am-12:30pm

The UC Personal Insight Questions (PIQs) are the most comprehensive questions asked on college applications. Even if students do not plan to apply to the UC System, we have them brainstorm four PIQs so they are prepared to talk about four different aspects of themselves. These insight questions are the foundation for their personal essay and many supplemental essays.

Upcoming Webinars & Events

Young Women in Medicine

Come listen to medical students and medical doctors who recently entered the field. They will share how their individual experiences from high school, college, and medical school prepared them for success.

Coming Early 2022

The Basics of College Athletic Recruiting

Are you thinking about getting recruited as a student-athlete in college but don’t know where to start? This webinar is for you. Join us to learn about the recruiting process, the recruiting timelines, and how to identify your target list of colleges.

Coming Early 2022

Our Clients Say . . .

Sequoia Student (University of Oregon)
College Calm helped me most by getting me to go after what I really wanted. Before college calm, I thought I wanted to go the colleges that everybody else wanted to go to. College Calm helped me realized what college would be right for me.
Sequoia Student (University of Oregon)

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Preparing for the College Interview. You’ve got this! 

Listen to our 23 minute presentations filled with suggestions on how to prepare for a college interview.

Learn more with a free 20-minute consultation.