Wiser Wisdom: Attend a Webinar or Facebook Live Event
There’s a lot happening right now, and a lot of swirling questions about what this all means. We got you covered. Our targeted, topical webinars will help you navigate the pressing questions and the rapidly changing admissions landscape. And, we’ll continue to remind you of all that isn’t changing and what you can control.

Check out our full lineup here.

Academic Support and Online Diagnostic Testing
Our expert tutors and counselors are available virtually to meet your students where they are (both literally and figuratively) via Zoom and Skype to provide interactive, online learning opportunities for students:

  • Enrichment: curriculum content, keeping material fresh, and advancing studies
  • Foundational study and learning skills: reading comprehension, writing skills, and organizational help
  • SAT and ACT prep: prep for upcoming exams to encourage a comprehensive understanding of the material
  • Online Diagnostics: scheduled, proctored SAT and ACT practice tests, administered via Zoom
  • Counseling Consultations: help with specific questions about the college application process, charged in one-hour increments

If you're ready to get started, or interested in learning more, you can reach us here or by calling 888-648-9473. 



Policy updates.
Most colleges are communicating COVID-related changes to admissions policies on their websites, generally on a dedicated webpage. Do a google search for “college name” and “COVID” or “coronavirus” to find changes to their testing policies, application requirements, deadlines and more.

Virtual visits
Most colleges are now offering virtual information sessions along with virtual tours - check the Admissions section of their websites to learn more and register. If you’re looking for an outside perspective about their campuses and college life, here are some resources:

College Connect is a free platform that pairs high school students with current college students who are ready to answer questions about their school.

Youniversitytv.com features in-depth campus tours, and college segments often also layer in short interviews with current students and faculty.

Induck.co (and, yes, it’s “.co”, not “.com”) provides interview-based student perspectives on different aspects of schools, from academics to social life. Currently offering a free trial due to COVID.


Two pieces of advice as standard test dates are changed and rescheduled: 1) register early for future test dates before seats fill up, and 2) students should continue working on their skills so they don’t get rusty. While more and more colleges are announcing test optional policies for this cycle, we’re recommending that students still sit for and complete testing if they’re able to, comfortably and safely. That’s because test optional does not equal test blind, and sitting for the test can provide you with more options.

Online Learning

  • Free educational resources for distance learning: here. 
  • Education companies offering free subscriptions due to school closings: here.
  • U Michigan, Academic Innovation’s tips for online learning & productivity: here.