A better approach to college preparation.

We use data-driven technology to help families confidently navigate the path to the best colleges for them.

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A better approach to college preparation.

We use data-driven technology to help families confidently navigate the path to the best colleges for them.

3x

Our acceptance rate to top schools compared to the market average.

91%

Our recommendation rate from clients.

10,000+

We've worked with over 10,000 students and their families.

$83,000

Average size of scholarships awarded to our students

The Problem with College Admissions These Days

Nowadays, the average guidance-counselor-to-student ratio in high school is 1:472. Students in public school only receive 38 minutes of guidance across all 4 years of high school.

Parents wanting to help their children are frustrated because the college admissions process is becoming increasingly complex (and not to mention expensive). At the same time, they don’t want to impact their relationship with their children by being too overbearing.

Students want to end up at a school that makes sense for them, one that they will feel challenged by and enjoy. They want to maximize their success while minimizing their stress in the admissions process.

What are parents and students supposed to do?

How We're Solving the Problem

College Guidance Programs Powered by Data and Technology

At CollegeVine, we’re bringing science to the art of high school guidance and college admissions advising. Through working with over 10,000 students, we’ve accumulated a dataset of over a million data points. We use this data to power our state-of-the-art advising technology, helping families better understand where they should apply to college, maximize their chances of acceptance, and stay on track throughout the entire process. It’s the main reason 91% of our families report being extremely satisfied with their college outcome.

10,000+

Data from 10,000+ real clients power our insights and advice.

3x

3x our students’ chances at even the top schools.

The Most Intelligent College Investment You'll Make

As a company, our mission is to close the growing guidance gap in US public high schools. That’s why we’ve made our services more affordable, charging only 1/3-1/2 the industry price. Plus, our advisors help families like yours earn scholarships of $83,000 on average, which is $25,000 above the industry standard.

94%

94% of our students who apply to scholarships win at least one offer.

$83,000

$83,000 average size of scholarships awarded to our students.

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CollegeVine Parent

CollegeVine has unequivocally been the best investment my family has made. Our children's consultants were extremely strong writers and able to assist my kids with getting their thoughts onto paper in a compelling way. We loved their data tools and the other consultants we talked to didn't seem to have anything as sophisticated. Both of my children were ultimately accepted to top-ranked schools with generous financial aid packages we were not expecting.

We Specialize in Advising Services for All Stages of Preparation

We’ve worked with students in

We’ve worked with students in

Delafield, AK
Birmingham, AL
Jonesboro, AR
Chandler, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Tempe, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Anaheim, CA
Bakersfield, CA
Delafield, AK
Birmingham, AL
Jonesboro, AR
Chandler, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Tempe, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Anaheim, CA

Our students have been admitted to 600+ unique schools.

Our students have been admitted to 600+ unique schools.

Madison L.

Stanford

Robert W.

Yale

Finance Major

UC Berkeley

Agnes Scott College
Allegheny College
American University
Amherst College
Augustana College
Bard College
Barnard College
Bates College
Baylor University
Beloit College
Bennington College
Berea College
Agnes Scott College
Allegheny College
American University
Amherst College
Augustana College
Bard College

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