Student Gets into First-Choice Ivy League School with Help of Educational Consultant

Despite her anxieties about an imperfect GPA, Sofia got into her first-choice college with help from educational consultant Mark Montgomery.

Admissions Counselor on Visiting Colleges: Some Care, Some Don’t

Mark shows the personal touch of Lynn University to demonstrate that some colleges really care if you visit, and some really don’t.

Educational Consultant Visits Lynn University, a True International School

Mark visits Lynn University, a school in Florida with a very cosmopolitan student body.

College Expert on Saving Money Lynn University Style

Mark discusses Lynn University’s innovative approach to helping its students save money.

How Midwest Colleges Set Students Up for Success

A guest post by Amanda Greenhoe of Calvin College describes the myriad reasons students trying to find the right college should consider the Midwest.

College Admissions Expert on Financial Aid at Private Universities

Mark goes to the University of Miami to illustrate that if you want to get accepted to a great private college and need financial aid, your grades had better match your enthusiasm.

College Expert on Lynn University’s Free Music Conservatory

Mark advises that if you’re trying to get into a great university and are interested in a music conservatory, consider Lynn.

College Admissions Expert at Stetson University: Is Greek Life for You?

Mark goes to Stetson University and advises those trying to find the right college to consider fraternities and sororities, whether they’re something you want to be a part of or not.

Commuting to Campus: Admissions Expert on the University of Miami

Mark visits the University of Miami to talk about its high commuter population and how it affects campus life. Something to think about when searching for the perfect college.

Educational Consultant on the New SAT: What Are Your Options?

With the new SAT complicating the admissions process, college admissions expert Mark Montgomery gives guidance to a high school junior with hopes of getting into a great college.