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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

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

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How can autistic students succeed in college?

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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…

Video: What LD Students Need to Succeed in College

Did you miss the Learning Disabilities Association of NJ virtual conference on Life and High School and Beyond? Here's the video recording of our presentation, What LD Students Need to Succeed in College, where I discuss college readiness, gap year options,...

Cigna Seminar on Autism and College

  Did you miss our recent presentation for Cigna on autism and college? You can access the slides on the Cigna seminar page and listen to the audio recording here. We discuss college readiness, accommodations, support programs and much more! And don't miss our...

Free Virtual Public Schools

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, many states offered free virtual (online) public schools. Since we couldn't find a comprehensive listing, we compiled our own list for you in the table below. Click on the button next to the state to see information that may not be...

Mental Health in College

Maintaining good mental health is an important concern, especially during the teen years. Rates of depression and anxiety disorders are on the rise; substance abuse, eating disorders and suicide are widespread as well. Applying to college and moving away from home can...

We are grateful to Open Door Education for sponsoring this webinar, College Transition for Students with Learning Differences. In this live presentation, we discussed college readiness, accommodations and supports. You can view the recording here. Password:7C%s=9zB ...

Video: Preparing for College – What Students with Learning Differences Need to Know

Did you miss this recent College Internship Program (CIP)-sponsored webinar on how LD students can prepare for college? No problem! You can watch the recording here.

Video: College Planning During COVID-19

Did you miss this informative webinar on college planning during COVID? No problem! You can watch the recording here. Access Password: CollegeCov1!

Well Done, Students!

Despite the challenges this year, we are so excited about the opportunities that lie ahead for our students, thanks to their diligent efforts. Coming from both public and private schools in the U.S. and U.K., our students (including several with disabilities) have...

Coping With Coronavirus: What Students Need to Know

If you are in your teens or early twenties, you have probably never experienced anything like the COVID-19 pandemic. (Frankly, most adults haven’t, either.) With schools closing and events being cancelled, normal life has been greatly disrupted.  High school closings...

Video: Transition to College Webinar – National Autism Academy

Join the National Autism Academy and Top College Consultants to learn about college readiness, obtaining disability accommodations and finding the right level of supports after high school. And don't miss our CollegeXpress article on Autism and the Transition to...

Video: Colleges and Programs for Students with Learning Differences

For students with special needs such as ADHD, learning differences or autism, the transition from high school to college can be a challenge. This video covers the basics of college readiness, supports and accommodations, as well as some of the options for higher...

Video: 10 Tips for Communicating with Colleges

One of the most elusive factors in college admissions is "demonstrated interest," but you can learn all about it in this video. Find out how you can let colleges know that you really want to attend! You can read more on this topic here.  ...

College Snapshot: Meredith College

It’s been around for 128 years. One student said it’s “one of the most uplifting environments I’ve ever been in.” It’s Meredith College. Located in the thriving city of Raleigh, NC, Meredith houses 2,000 students with an average class size of 15 - and no teaching...

Reviews – What Our Clients Are Saying

Gaspard Delaoustre ***** (5 stars)  I had the chance to work with Eric during my application process for a Master's in the US. As a French national who knew little about the American application process, it was really reassuring to have someone who knew the system...

2019 Online Parenting Summit

  Sign up now for the 2019 Online Parenting Summit! Dr. Eric Endlich of Top College Consultants is interviewed along with other international parenting experts. Click here to register.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0W7B0SlARAY

Video: American College Admissions for International Students

This video is designed to introduce international families to the college admissions process in the United States. Please contact us if you have any questions or would like help in the college admissions process. You may also enjoy our articles, 6 Things International...

5 Signs That a College is LGBTQ-Friendly

So you're starting to think about college. Of course, it can help to look at factors such as a school's available majors, size, and location. But you may also want to know which colleges are most inclusive for LGBTQ students. Good news: lots of colleges are...

6 Things International Students Should Know About U.S. College Admissions

There are many good reasons to come to the United States for higher education. The U.S. has over 4,000 colleges and universities to choose from, offering a rich array of academic, cultural, and recreational opportunities. Students from international baccalaureate...

Pace University’s Special Needs OASIS Program

At Pace University in downtown Manhattan, students with high-functioning autism and ADHD participate in a unique program, Ongoing Academic Social Instructional Support (OASIS). Students receive one-to-one coaching daily and participate in social activities weekly....

College Snapshot: Curry College

Just seven miles from downtown Boston, tucked away in the picturesque Blue Hills, Curry College attracts students seeking the personal touch. With 2,100 undergraduates, Curry's classes average 20 students and max out at 30 students. Curry is a good match for teens who...

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