College Acceptances

The following is a list of many of the colleges my clients have been accepted to. Please note that $ indicates that clients have been awarded merit aid (not need based aid) from these schools. The merit amounts vary by college and by the strength of the students’ credentials for those schools that award merit money, with amounts ranging from $2000 to $62,500 per year.

Alfred University $ 
Adelphi University $ 
Albright College 
Allegheny University $ 
American University 
Arizona State University $ 
University of Arizona 
University of Arizona (SALT) 
Bard College $ 
Barnard College 
Baruch College (CUNY) 
Bates College 
Beloit College 
Bennington College 
Boston University 
Brandeis University 
Brown University 
Bryn Mawr College 
Butler University $ 
Carleton College $ 
Carnegie Mellon University 
Case Western Reserve University $ 
Cazenovia College $ 
Centenary College $ 
Champlain College $ 
Chapman University 
College of Charleston 
Chatham University $ 
University of Cincinnati 
Clark University $ 
Colby College 
Colgate University 
Colorado College $ 
University of Colorado 
Columbia University 
University College London ‚Äď London, UK¬†
Connecticut College 
University of Connecticut 
Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art $ 
Cornell University 
Curry College (PAL) $ 
C.W. Post University 
University of Delaware $ 
Denison University $ 
University of Denver $ 
DePauw University 
DePaul University 
Dickinson College $ 
Dominican College 
Drew University 
Drexel University $ 
Earlham College 
Eckerd College $ 
University of Edinburgh ‚Äď Scotland, UK¬†
Elon University 
Embry Riddle 
Aeronautical University $ 
Emerson College $ 
Emory University 
Endicott College $ 
Fairfield University $ 
Fairleigh Dickinson University $ 
Florida Institute of Technology $ 
Fordham University $ 
Franklin & Marshall College 
George Washington University $ 
Georgetown University 
University of Georgia 
Georgia Institute of Technology $ 
Gettysburg College $ 
Goucher College $ 
Grinnell College 
Guilford College $ 
Hamilton College 
Hampshire College $

University of Hartford $ 
University of Hartford (Hillier) $ 
Haverford College 
Hobart and William Smith Colleges $ 
Hofstra University $ 
Hollins University 
Hunter College (McCauley Honors) (CUNY) $ 
Iona College $ 
Indiana University $ 
Ithaca College $ 
James Madison University 
Jefferson University $ 
Johns Hopkins University 
Johnson & Wales University 
Keene State College $ 
Kenyon College $ 
Kings College ‚Äď London, UK¬†
Lafayette College 
Lasell College $ 
Lehigh University 
Lesley University $ 
Lewis and Clark College 
Loyola University of Maryland $ 
Lynn University 
Macalester College 
Manhattan College $ 
Manhattanville College $ 
University of Maryland ‚Äď College Park¬†$¬†
University of Maryland ‚Äď Baltimore¬†
Marist College 
University of Massachusetts ‚Äď Amherst¬†$¬†
University of Massachusetts ‚Äď Boston¬†
McDaniel College $ 
McGill University 
Mercy College 
University of Michigan 
Michigan State University $ 
University of Miami 
Miami University of Ohio 
Mills College $ 
Mitchell College $ 
Mount Holyoke College 
Muhlenberg College $ 
New England College $ 
University of New Hampshire 
University of New Haven 
New York City College of 
Technology (CUNY) 
New York Institute of Technology 
New York University 
Niagara University 
University of North Carolina ‚Äď Chapel Hill¬†
Northeastern University $ 
Northwestern University 
Oberlin College $ 
Ohio University 
Ohio Wesleyan University $ 
University of Oklahoma $ 
Pace University $ 
Pennsylvania State University ‚Äď Altoona¬†$¬†
Pennsylvania State University ‚Äď University Park¬†
University of Pennsylvania 
University of Pittsburgh 
Princeton University 
Providence College $ 
Purdue University

Quinnipiac University $ 
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute $ 
University of Rhode Island 
Rice University $ 
University of Richmond $ 
Rider University 
University of Rochester $ 
Rochester Institute of Technology 
Roger Williams University $ 
Rutgers University 
Sacred Heart University 
Saint Andrews University ‚Äď Scotland, UK¬†
Saint John’s University $ 
Salve Regina University $ 
Santa Clara University $ 
Savannah College of Art and 
Design (SCAD) $ 
Seton Hall University $ 
Simmons College $ 
Skidmore College $ 
Smith College 
University of Southern California $ 
University of South Carolina 
Southern Methodist University $ 
Stanford University 
Stevenson University $ 
Suffolk University $ 
SUNY Albany $ 
SUNY Binghamton 
SUNY Buffalo $ 
SUNY Buffalo State 
SUNY Cortland 
SUNY Fredonia 
SUNY Geneseo 
SUNY New Paltz 
SUNY Oneonta $ 
SUNY Oswego $ 
SUNY Polytechnic Institute $ 
SUNY Purchase 
SUNY Stony Brook 
Syracuse University $ 
University of Tampa $ 
Texas A&M 
University of Texas ‚Äď Austin¬†
Trinity College 
Tufts University 
Tulane University $ 
UC Berkeley 
UC San Diego 
Union College $ 
Ursinus College 
Vassar College 
University of Vermont $ 
Villanova University 
Washington College $ 
Washington University in St. Louis $ 
Wentworth Institute of Technology $ 
Wellesley College 
Wesleyan University 
Westchester Community College 
Wheaton College $ 
Whittier College $ 
College of William & Mary 
College of William & Mary/St. Andrews 
University of Wisconsin 
College of Wooster $ 
Worcester Polytechnic Institute $ 
Yale University 
York College of PA
The CEP is the Certified Educational Planner which Jane holds, and is the mark of distinction for independent educational consultants and high school counselors.

Jane Hoffman is a Certified Educational Planner (CEP). The CEP is the mark of distinction for independent educational consultants and high school counselors. It reflects the highest level of professional achievement and signifies extensive knowledge and commitment to the profession and to providing the highest quality of service to students and families. It is conferred only after demonstration of expanded institutional and professional knowledge.

CEPIECANACACJane Hoffman is an active member of a number of professional associations in college admissions and counseling, including the American Institute of Certified Educational Planners (AICEP), the Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA) and the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC). Jane is a graduate of IECA’s Practices and Principles Training Institute and adheres to IECA’s Principles of Good Practice. Since it is important to remain current, Jane frequently attends national conferences and participate in professional exchanges that provide the latest information on admission policies, practices, trends and developments. Jane regularly visit colleges and meets with admissions officers to learn about each school’s culture, educational programs, institutional priorities and admissions practices. Ongoing professional development activities also include taking courses online, completing webinars and consulting with colleagues.