Collegewise helped me so much from the start to finish of my college application period and made everything so much more fun and easy to understand than if I went through the process all by myself. I cannot recommend Collegewise enough.
RAAYA UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AMHERST
We were impressed with the outcome: Our son not only got accepted to his “reach” school, but the financial offers were unbelievable! He got multiple merit-based scholarships and fully paid tuition at many great colleges. We believe Collegewise made a big difference.
OLGA, PARENT OF NICHOLAS THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN
I was very pleased with Ryan’s experience. It took so much pressure off of me, and made Ryan responsible and accountable throughout the application process. Collegewise’s knowledge base of schools, their applications and stats was very helpful.
MICHELE, PARENT OF RYAN GONZAGA UNIVERSITY
Collegewise made a difficult, confusing, and stressful process into something I could handle and provided the counseling I needed to attain the goals I set for myself.
AIDAN TRINITY UNIVERSITY
I’m thrilled with the options Juliana has for college now. She was accepted by almost all the universities she applied to. It was a good problem to have to pick one of the acceptances. I’m really glad that I had Collegewise to help us out–it was sure worth it, and I recommend Collegewise to all my friends.
MARCELO, PARENT OF JULIANA DEPAUL UNIVERSITY
Collegewise not only helped me find a number of great potential schools, but also helped open my eyes to some of the great components of the college experience to come.
ISAAC CALIFORNIA POLYTECHNIC STATE UNIVERSITY
Chris is a former MIT admissions counselor, and he also wrote for and managed their mighty admissions blog (read his entries—and see the blog’s cartoon likeness of Chris—here). During his tenure at MIT, Chris read and evaluated international applications from seven countries and made admissions recommendations as a voting member of the committee. A graduate of the University of Oregon and a fanatical fan of Oregon Duck football, Chris has also earned an MBA from Boston University and a master’s degree in teaching from Northeastern University. He regularly gives workshops on admission to US colleges and universities and is the author of “The College Rankings Takedown.” When he’s not counseling or public speaking, Chris enjoys playing FIFA Soccer on the Playstation, and he is an enthusiastic practitioner in the art of glassblowing.
Education & Experience
Former Admissions Counselor, MIT
MBA, Boston University
M.A. in Teaching, Northeastern University
Professional Organization Memberships