Jordan Long
He/Him/His
Jordan Long

About

I currently serve as the Associate Director of Academic Services at Capital Community College. I have an extensive background in advising in college athletics, 4 year institutions and community colleges. In addition, I have served on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion committees at numerous institutions.

Jordan helped students get into:
University of New HampshireUniversity of Hartford
University of New Hampshire
University of Hartford
Greater Hartford Area
10 years of experience
University of New Hampshire – BS | Sports Studies w/ Minor in Sociology
University of Hartford – MS | Masters of Science in Organizational Psychology
NACADA | N4A
Business
Athletics
First-Generation College Students
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Community College
Non-Traditional Students

My process

I take an holistic approach to advising. When meeting we will discuss the various elements of the college experience. We will take a deep into the academic and social aspects, including extracurricular activities such as athletics and clubs.

Packages

Starter

10 hours

For families looking for help on a couple of key schools or a specific stage of the application process.
$800($80/hr)
Save 20%

Success

25 hours

For families looking for support across the admissions process.
$2,000($80/hr)
Save 20%

Comprehensive

40 hours

For families looking for comprehensive support on every part of the process.
$3,000($75/hr)
Save 25%

Advising hours

College admissions advising

$100.00 / 60 min

Set a focus for each session or get help with any aspect of the admissions process.


Join a quick meeting
Let’s chat
Any questions? Let’s hop on a quick call to learn more about your needs in the admissions process and how I can approach them
Join a quick meeting
Let’s chat
Any questions? Let’s hop on a quick call to learn more about your needs in the admissions process and how I can approach them
Greater Hartford Area
10 years of experience
University of New Hampshire – BS | Sports Studies w/ Minor in Sociology
University of Hartford – MS | Masters of Science in Organizational Psychology
NACADA | N4A
Business
Athletics
First-Generation College Students
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Community College
Non-Traditional Students
Tips for success
1. Prepare for your first session
Plan out the questions and topics you'd like to discuss. If you'd like to work together in the long term, discuss expectations for each other.