250 South Ave, Suite 103
Fanwood, New Jersey 07023
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You’ll see unmatched admissions results and submit a compelling application ahead of deadlines when you work with a Collegewise Fanwood counselor. Just follow these five steps to proven success:
1. Find the Right Counselor For You
2. Thrive in High School
3. Create a Strategic Admissions Plan
4. Apply to College!
5. Make Your Final College Decision
I thoroughly enjoyed my Collegewise experience. It took so much stress and pressure off of the application process, and I’m confident it made me a more competitive applicant. I was extremely lucky to have a great counselor…
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY
I truly feel that I'm going to the best college for my personality and interests, and I owe a lot of that to my Collegewise counselor’s advice and guidance. My counselor was very flexible with timing and never made me feel like I was in over my head. Overall, I’m very happy with where I'm going to school and the help that got me there!
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY
Collegewise has been, for me, a fundamental tool to get into the college where I wanted to go! It was a pleasure working with my counselor…I received help with my essays and with each point of my application process!
Working with Joe was great. I liked having an impartial, experienced guide to help my son through the process. The entire experience was very well-organized and that took a lot of the stress away. Joe is very well-versed in the many options for students today. Plus, he’s a very good writer, so his ability to critique my son's essays was extremely helpful. I recommend Joe without reservation!
TRISH, PARENT OF BILLY
Joe helped our daughter decide which schools she should apply to, and then kept her so organized and ahead of her deadlines. We are very grateful to him for shepherding us through this process so smoothly!
ARLENE, PARENT OF MEGHAN
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
Joe simplified the process and was able to get our kids (quadruplets) organized and on a schedule so they could meet deadlines. As parents, we were received as ‘nagging’ them to get started on their applications, essays, looking at colleges, etc. Joe started with them and they responded to his requests and demands without a fight. He put them on a schedule and gave them ‘homework,’ which they completed without complaint. They looked forward to meeting with him each week. I think the fact that he isn't a parent making demands on them really worked. It took so much stress out of the college application process for me. That alone is priceless!
MEG, PARENT OF MOLLY, ELIZABEHT, WILL, AND ED
PROVIDENCE COLLEGE (X2) & MARIST COLLEGE (X2)