We help you identify the right colleges, prepare a great application, and make the final decision. Our goal is to be there for you every step of the way.
Sorting through post-secondary opportunities is a complex process that involves the entire family. Student dreams, parental expectations, and available resources complicate and enrich discussions and decisions. Throughout the process many questions have to be answered:
What are my strengths as a college applicant?
How do I create a strong application?
Which standardized tests should I take and when?
How can I afford four years of college?
If I want to play sports, what do I do?
What are the critical issues in gaining acceptance to the college I want to attend?
AGM-College Advisors, LLC ® will help you:
Plan a successful high school program
Identify personal strengths and interests and find colleges that match them
Prepare for standardized tests
Select and use guidebooks
Make the most of your summers
Explore college majors and careers
Go on campus visits
Navigate the application process
Get good recommendations
Develop an effective resume
Proofread the final application
Write winning essays
Become NCAA eligible
Prepare for interviews
Understand financial issues and the FAFSA and CSS/Profile
Analyze financial aid packages
Make the final choice
Make the transition to college.
Helping Each Step of the Way
The advisors at AGM-College Advisors, LLC ® are experienced high school educators. Together, they have counseled hundreds of students and their families through the college application process. They facilitate the conversations that students and parents must have and guide families through each step of the college application process.
Ray Anderson, Frank Haltiwanger, and Randy McKnight are the advisors of AGM-College Advisors, LLC.® They know and appreciate students. They understand students’ many needs and expectations. They appreciate students’ hopes and concerns. They understand what the application process and college life requires of students.
Ray, Frank, Randy, and Stephanie know how to help young people match who they are and what they want for themselves with what colleges have to offer. They have spent their careers helping students develop the skills, discipline, and attitudes needed for college success.