College Counseling

Having worked in colleges and universities throughout the northeast for nearly a decade and a half, Dana has seen the importance of matching a student’s academic and co-curricular interests to an institution’s offerings. By focusing on fit, we will identify schools that allow students to soar.

As a parent, you are the expert on your student, having served as their advocate since birth.  The college transition process can be a fantastic opportunity for a shift toward self-advocacy and building on students’ strengths.  Dana especially enjoys helping parents increase their understanding and navigate this shift to help bolster their student’s successful transition to postsecondary education or college. 

Sorting through all the college variables can feel overwhelming.  Dana works with students to identify the settings and resources that will enable them to succeed, including academic areas of interest, geographic location, class sizes, advising, tutoring, disability resources, extracurricular programs, and more.

Working together through each stage of the process, from searching and essay writing, to submitting applications and applying for financial aid and scholarships, to making the final decision, students and parents will feel confident, prepared, and even excited to address the challenges ahead.

“I just wanted to say thank you so much for everything and helping me navigate this crazy next step. I can’t thank you enough!”

“Dana’s expert knowledge of the college process combined with her flexibility, organizational skills and personal touch made her the perfect choice to help start Chloe’s college journey.”

Chloe and Rudolf, graduating student and parent

“Dana is so helpful to my son in his college application process.  There is nothing that she won’t do!  She is organized and detail-oriented and helps him stay on task.”

Beth, parent of a 12th grader

To learn more and schedule a complimentary 30-minute consultation, please contact Dana at your convenience.

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Dana Roth is a provisional member of the Higher Education Consultants Association and subscribes to HECA’s standards of good practice. Image description: HECA (Higher Education Consultants Association) logo. The words Higher Education Consultants Association are written in a circle around the perimeter of the logo, with HECA Provisional in the center.

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