Reginald Hutchins
He/Him
Reginald Hutchins

About

Reginald is a native Atlanta who attended Morehouse College where he studied sociology and political science, receiving his bachelors degree in 2015. While enrolled at Morehouse, Reginald was a Bonner Scholar, class president and contributing writer and editor to the Maroon Tiger. After graduating from Morehouse, Reginald matriculated into graduate programs at Columbia University in 2018 and American University in 2020. Reginald was a high school math teacher and student advisor for five years and over the past two years as worked as a project manager and consultant for a national education nonprofit. He loves building new relationships with students to motivate them to pursue higher education and to persist in the face of adversity. He is passionate about lifting the veil to college admission and ensuring that all students have equitable access. Reginald loves working out, traveling, music and most of all, eating.

District of Columbia
7 years of experience
Morehouse College – BA | Sociology and Political Science
Columbia University – MA | Organizational Leadership
American University – MEd | Policy
Sociology
Education
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Statistics
First-Generation College Students

Packages

Starter

10 hours

Forr families looking for help on a couple of key schools or a specific stage of the application process.
$950($95/hr)
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Success

25 hours

For families looking for support across the admissions process.
$2,250($90/hr)
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Comprehensive

40 hours

For families looking for comprehensive support on every part of the admissions process.
$3,200($80/hr)
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Advising hours

College admissions advising

$100.00 / 60 min

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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
District of Columbia
7 years of experience
Morehouse College – BA | Sociology and Political Science
Columbia University – MA | Organizational Leadership
American University – MEd | Policy
Sociology
Education
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Statistics
First-Generation College Students
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