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College Essays

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College Selection

TCC will take the time to get to know each student’s strengths, interests, personality, and preferences.

College Applications

TCC will help students manage this stressful process, keep track of to-do tasks and stay on schedule.

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How early you should start planning for college?

What “demonstrated interest” means and which colleges consider it important?

How students can obtain special accommodations (e.g., extra time on tests)?

How autistic students can succeed in college?

What students can do if they didn’t get accepted into college?

Why private colleges are sometimes less expensive than state schools?

Which colleges are “test optional” in the admissions process? 

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College Essays

TCC will help students select a compelling topic and craft an essay that will grab the attention of a college admissions committee.

College Selection

TCC will take the time to get to know each student’s strengths, interests, personality, and preferences.

College Applications

If you feel stressed by college applications and essays, you are not alone… 

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