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 #4

The Personal Statement

Sunday, June 5th 9:00 am – 12:30 pm
For students, the writing process is often the most overwhelming part of college applications. In our over 60 years of college counseling experience, we have developed a process that helps students determine their topic and share their story.  ** Additional dates will be added in May and June.

Workshop #5

The Applications

Sunday, August 7th or 14th 9:00 am – 12:30 pm


In a time when students and parents are feeling a great deal of digital fatigue, we will go step by step through the Common Application, Coalition Application, and the UC Application (students will choose one). We will take students through common mistakes and make sure they consider how they want their information displayed on their first application. 

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 Parent (University of Notre Dame and Tulane)
The most important reason that College Calm’s services are helpful is that it mostly takes us (parents) out of the equation; we can be available to help without having to nag, prod or push. It helps save the parent/teen relationship.
Sequoia Parent (University of Notre Dame and Tulane)

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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.