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Announcing Edmit Premium: College Advising to Get Into Your Dream School - and Afford it, too

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For college-bound high school seniors and their families, college applications and admissions are top of mind in September. The hard questions begin swirling -- Where should you apply? What is the likelihood you will be accepted? How much will it all cost? And with student loan debt making headlines across the country, where can you get the best bang for your buck?

Edmit is thrilled to announce a new offering for our customers: Edmit Premium, a partnership with College Coach that will combine Edmit’s value data with leading college admissions and application experts.

Edmit was founded with the mission of helping families make smarter college choices, and our customized estimates and planning tools have already helped families save thousands on college tuition.

Families who purchase Edmit Premium will enjoy full access to our software as well as personal, one-on-one counseling and services from College Coach the nation’s leading provider of educational advising. This includes: :

  • A hand-picked, fully customized target list of colleges from a College Coach admissions expert
  • A one-on-one advising session with a former college financial aid officer,
  • Two on-demand College Coach webinars offering expert insight into the college admissions process and guidance on paying for college, and
  • Access to College Coach’s Help Desk and Learning Center.

“College Coach was started to help families have more success with the daunting college application and financing process, and in that time we have seen the college landscape change tremendously in terms of admissions requirements and cost,” said Elizabeth Heaton, Vice President of Educational Consulting at College Coach. “Our goal in offering our admissions expertise with Edmit’s financial-fit technology is to help families feel more confident about their college selection and the long-term investment they are making in their child’s future.”  

We’d love to work with you! Learn more about Edmit Premium and sign up here: www.edmit.me/collegecoach


About College Coach

College Coach was founded in 1998 and has evolved into the nation’s leading provider of educational advising. All of College Coach’s experts have been admissions and financial aid decision makers at colleges throughout the United States. Their primary focus is on helping students and families successfully navigate the college admissions and finance processes. Over the course of the past two decades, 100% of College Coach students have received admissions offers, and most have been accepted to one of their top-choice schools. College Coach is part of Bright Horizons.

About Edmit

Edmit was founded by former university administrators to create true price and value transparency for college-bound students and their families, helping students better evaluate their options and make well-informed decisions about their college investment. Edmit’s proprietary software calculates tuition estimates that are personalized to the student, and a financial fit score that takes into account a college’s affordability, value, and post-graduation earnings.

Edmit's advice helps you to be better off after graduation.

  • Merit and financial aid estimates based on your student profile
  • Earnings estimates and financial scores for your college and major
  • Recommendations to save thousands on college

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