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College Admissions Success

 

96% of our students applying for admission during 2009-2011 secured places at their first choice college or university. Just as significantly, 92% of our students won merit scholarships in 2009-2010 averaging $57,250 per student over four years.

 

 

2011/2012 Early Admission Results

 

Bard College (early decision)
Boston University (early decision)
Dartmouth College (QuestBridge Scholarship, early decision)
Johns Hopkins University (early decision)
Miami University of Ohio (early admission)
St. Andrews University, Scotland
Stanford University (early decision, legacy admit)
University of Pennsylvania (early decision)
Vassar College (early decision)
Wake Forest University (early decision)
West Point – US Military Academy
Wheaton College (early admission)
Willamette University ($52,000 merit scholarship; early admission)

 

 

2009/2010 Admission Results

 

Babson College Honors Program ($76,000 merit scholarship)
Barnard College
Bates College
Bishop’s University (early admission 2010)
Boston University
Bowdoin College
Brandeis University
Brown University (early admission 2010)
Bryn Mawr College
Bucknell University
Carleton College
Carleton University (early admission 2010)
Case Western Reserve University
Catholic University ($64,000 merit scholarship)
Chapman ($80,000 merit scholarship) (3)
Colby College
Colgate University (2)
College of the Holy Cross
College of Idaho ($34,000 merit scholarship)
College of Wooster ($61,000 merit scholarship)
Colorado College (early admission 2010)
Cornell University
Claremont McKenna College
Dalhousie University (early admission 2010)
Davidson College
Curry College (PAL Program)
Denison University ($52,000 merit scholarship)
Emory University
Fairfield University
Gonzaga University ($56,000 merit scholarship)
Guilford College ($30,000 merit scholarship)
Hartwick College ($40,000 merit scholarship)
Knox College ($46,000 merit scholarship)
Lewis and Clark College ($60,000, $36,400, $36,000 merit scholarships) (4)
Macalester College
McDaniel College Honors Program ($88,000 merit scholarship)
Mount Allison University  (early admission 2010)
New York University (early admission 2010)
Northwestern University
Occidental College ($48,000, $28,000 merit scholarships)
Pomona College
Puget Sound ($48,000, $28,000, $60,000 merit scholarships) (5)
Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute
Rhodes College $68,000
Rice University
Santa Clara ($83,000, $32,800 merit scholarships) (4)
Scripps College
Seattle University ($48,000 merit scholarship) (2)
Smith College
Trinity University $139,000
Tufts University
Tulane University ($96,000, $88,000 merit scholarships) (2)
UC, Berkeley
UC, San Diego
UC, Merced (2010 early admission)
University of Chicago (early admission 2010)
University of Denver ($64,000 merit scholarship)
University of Oregon ($48,000 merit scholarship)
University of Michigan
University of the Pacific ($40,000 merit scholarship; A Better Chance Scholar)  (2)
University of Pennsylvania
University of Portland ($68,000 merit scholarship)
University of Redlands ($64,000 merit scholarship)
University of Richmond
University of San Diego ($48,000 merit scholarship)
University of Southern California
University of Virginia
University of Washington, Foster School of Business (8)
University of Western Ontario, Kings College (Canada)
Vanderbilt University
Washington State University Honors Program
Washington University, St. Louis
Whitman College  ($48,000, $60,000, $12,000 merit scholarships) (4)
Whittier College  ($76,000 merit scholarship x2) (3)
Willamette University ($52,000, $32,000, $60,000 merit scholarships) (6)


92% of our clients won merit scholarships averaging $57,250 per student over four years. Here's our Merit Scholarship Index for 2009/2010:

 


 

2008 Admission Results

 

95% of College Match applicants to the class of 2012 secured places at their first choice college or university. 80% won merit awards averaging $13,000 per year. Here are the results for our students in 2008:

Babson College
Bard College ($20,000 merit scholarship) (2)
Bates College
Boston University
Carleton College
Circle in the Square Theater School
Colgate University
Cornell University
Cornish College of the Arts
Dartmouth College
Drew University ($13,000 Presidential Scholarship)
Earlham College (2)
Eckerd ($10,000 Dean's Academic Achievement Scholarship)
Evergreen State College
Guilford College ($7,800 merit award) (2)
Hartt School for Performing Arts, Connecticut ($5,000 merit award)
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Knox College ($10,000 Ellen Browning Scripps Scholar Award)
Lake Forest College ($7,500)
Lewis and Clark College ($10,000 merit award) (2)
Mills College ($14,000 merit award; $14,000 merit award) (2)
Occidental College ($10,000 merit award) (4)
Oberlin ($14,000 merit award)
Penn State University
Pitzer College ($9,450 merit award) (2)
Reed College (2)
Saint Mary's College, California
Sarah Lawrence College (3)
Skidmore College
Trinity College (QuestBridge Scholarship)
University of California – Irvine
University of Denver ($16,000 merit award)
University of Illinois-Urbana
University of Michigan—Ann Arbor
University of the Pacific ($10,000 merit award) (3)
University of Puget Sound ($42,000 merit award; $8,000 merit award) (4)
University of Redlands ($14,500 merit award)
University of San Diego ($5,800 merit award)
University of Washington (4)
Vassar College
Wellesley College
Wesleyan University
Whitman College ($12,000 merit award; $15,000 merit award) (3)
Whittier College ($14,000 merit award; $18,000 merit award; $14,000; $17,000 merit award) (3)
Willamette University ($12,000 merit award; $8,000 merit award) (3)

 

 

2007 Admission Results

 

90% of our clients applying for admission to the Class of 2011 secured places and merit awards at their first choice college or university. Here are the admission results for 2007:

Amherst College
Bennington College
Bates College
Claremont Colleges: Pitzer
Claremont Colleges: Scripps
Colgate University
Colorado College
Columbia University
Earlham College
Georgetown University (School of Foreign Service)
Gonzaga University (Regent’s Scholarship; $34,000 merit award)
Guilford College ($7,800 merit award)
Hamilton College (full tuition merit award; $37,920)
Hampshire College ($3,000 merit award)
Lehigh University ($10,000 science honors award)
Lewis and Clark College ($10,000 merit award)
Occidental College ($10,000 merit award)
Occidental College ($40,000 merit award)
Reed College ($19,500; need-based award)
Sarah Lawrence College
University of Denver ($10,000 merit award)
University of Notre Dame
University of the Pacific
University of Portland ($14,000 merit award)
University of Puget Sound ($34,000 merit award)
University of San Diego (President’s Scholar, $10,000 merit award)
University of Washington (Honors)
Whittier College ($14,000 merit award)
Williams College ($34,000 merit award)

 

 

2005/2006 Results

 

95% of our clients were admitted to their top choice schools.
College Match Educational Consultants clients currently attend these colleges and graduate programs:

Bates
Claremont Colleges
Colorado College
Columbia University
Dartmouth
Duke University
Earlham
Emory
Georgetown University
London School of Economics
Macalester
Mills
Mt Holyoke
Notre Dame (MBA)
Northwestern
Oberlin
Occidental
Oxford University
Reed College
Santa Clara University
Sarah Lawrence
Seattle University
Trinity College - Dublin
Tulane
UC-San Francisco, Hastings School of Law
University of Puget Sound
University of Washington (honors)
USC
Vanderbilt
Willamette
Whitman
Whittier
Williams College
Yale (MBA)

 

 

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