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Our mission at Edmit is to provide college-bound students and their families with ultimate price and value transparency, helping them get the best deal possible from their top college choices.


Edmit was founded by innovative university leaders passionate about student success: Nick Ducoff, previously Vice President at Northeastern University, and Sabrina Manville, previously Assistant Vice President at Southern New Hampshire University. Our previous work has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Education in their Supplement to the National Educational Technology Plan titled “Reimagining the Role of Technology in Higher Education”.


We started Edmit with the goal of empowering students with greater visibility and agency in the opaque, stressful college admissions process. Currently, students and families don’t know what scholarships or financial aid they will receive until months after the significant time and expense of applying to colleges. When students finally receive their aid letters, they often find it difficult to understand and evaluate them. Almost 20% of students turn down their top choice college because of price, when they perhaps could have received more aid.


Edmit is here to help by showing students the price they should pay for a college, enabling them to compare tuition and net pricing across colleges and using Edmit—for free—to get the best deal possible.

We’re going to work every day towards:

  • Empowering students to make informed decisions about one of the largest and most important purchases they’ll make in their life - college; and
  • Providing colleges more effective ways to find great students and engage directly with them on price, in order to attract students that will be satisfied and successful.

Please visit http://www.edmit.me to learn more and sign up for the pilot! We can’t wait to help you succeed!


Nick & Sabrina


P.S. We’d love to hear from you. Our emails are our first name <at> edmit.me.



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