Colleges Visited

I regularly visit colleges and meet with admissions officers to learn about their educational programs and institutional priorities. I understand that each college not only has its own climate and culture but also its own admissions practices and definitions of terms. The information I gather during my visits is an important part of the services I provide. Whether it is my description of students, the general educational requirements, the distance of the campus to the town center or other distinguishing characteristics, that first hand knowledge helps you.


Adelphi University 
American University 
Amherst College 
University of the Arts 
Babson College 
Bard College 
Barnard College 
Bates College 
Beloit College 
Bentley College 
Boston College 
Bowdoin College 
Brandeis University 
Brown University 
Bryant University 
Bryn Mawr College 
Bucknell University 
Butler University 
University of California ‚Äď Berkeley¬†
University of California ‚Äď San Diego¬†
University of California ‚Äď Santa Cruz¬†
California College of the Arts 
California Institute of Technology 
Carleton College 
Carnegie Mellon University 
Case Western Reserve University 
University of Central Florida 
Centre College 
Champlain College 
College of Charleston 
University of Chicago 
Claremont McKenna College 
Clark University 
Colby College 
Colgate University 
Colorado College 
University of Colorado 
Columbia College 
Columbia University 
Cooper Union 
Concordia University ‚Äď Canada¬†
Connecticut College 
Cornell College 
Cornell University 
College for Creative Studies 
College of Charleston 
Curry College 
Dartmouth College 
Dean College 
Denison University 
University of Denver 
University of Delaware 
DePauw University 
Dickinson College 
Duke University 
Duquesne University 
Eckerd College 
Elon University 
Emerson College 
Emmanuel College 
Emory University 
Endicott College 
Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts at the New School 
Fairfield University 
Fairleigh Dickinson University 
Fashion Institute of Technology (SUNY) 
Florida Atlantic University 
Florida International University 
Florida Southern College 
Fordham University at Rose Hill 
Fordham University at Lincoln Center 
Franklin College 
Franklin & Marshall College 
Full Sail University ‚Äď Florida¬†
George Washington University 
Georgetown University 
Gettysburg College 
Goldsmiths University ‚Äď England¬†
Goucher College 
Grinnell College 
Guilford College

Hampshire College 
Hamilton College 
Hanover College 
University of Hartford 
Harvard University 
Harvey Mudd College 
Haverford College 
Hobart and William Smith Colleges 
Hofstra University 
College of the Holy Cross 
Hood College 
Indiana Wesleyan University 
Ithaca College 
Johns Hopkins University 
Johnson & Wales University ‚Äď Providence¬†
Kenyon College 
Kings College ‚Äď England¬†
Kingsborough Community College 
Kingston University ‚Äď England¬†
Lafayette College 
Lawrence University 
Lehigh University 
Lewis & Clark College 
Loyola College in Maryland 
Loyola University ‚Äď New Orleans¬†
Lynn University 
Macalester College 
University of Manchester ‚Äď England¬†
Manhattanville College 
Marquette University 
University of Maryland ‚Äď Baltimore County¬†
University of Maryland ‚Äď College Park¬†
Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) 
Marymount Manhattan College 
University of Massachusetts ‚Äď Amherst¬†
Massachusetts College of Art and Design 
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences 
MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 
McDaniel College 
McGill University ‚Äď Canada¬†
University of Miami 
Middlebury College 
Mills College 
Mitchell College 
Monmouth University 
Moravian College 
Mount Holyoke College 
Mount St Mary’s University 
Muhlenberg CollegeNew College of Florida 
New England Institute of Technology 
University of New England 
University of New Hampshire 
College of New Rochelle 
New York School of Interior Design 
New York University 
University of NC ‚Äď Asheville¬†
University of NC ‚Äď Chapel Hill¬†
Northeastern University 
Northwestern University 
College of Notre Dame of MarylandOberlin College 
Occidental College 
Ohio Wesleyan University 
Otterbein CollegePace University 
Parsons The New School for Design 
Pennsylvania State University ‚Äď University Park¬†
University of Pennsylvania 
Philadelphia University


University of Pittsburgh 
Pitzer College 
Point Park University 
Pomona College 
Princeton University 
Providence College 
University of Puget Sound 
Quinnipiac University 
Reed College 
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 
University of Rhode Island 
Rhode Island College 
Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) 
University of Richmond 
Rider University 
Ripon College 
University of Rochester 
Roger Williams College 
Rollins College 
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology 
Rutgers, the State University of NJ 
St. John’s College 
St. John’s University 
St. Olaf College 
Saint Joseph’s University 
Salve Regina University 
University of San Francisco 
Sarah Lawrence College 
Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) 
Scripps College 
Skidmore College 
Simmons College 
University of Southern California 
Smith College 
Stanford University 
Stevenson University 
SUNY New Paltz 
SUNY Purchase 
Susquehanna University 
Swarthmore College 
Syracuse University 
University of Tampa 
Temple University 
Trinity College 
Tufts University 
Tulane UniversityUnion College 
Vanderbilt University 
Vassar College 
University of Vermont 
University of Virginia 
Villanova University 
Wabash College 
Wagner College 
Wake Forest University 
Warren Wilson College 
University of Warwick ‚Äď England¬†
Washington College 
Washington University in St. Louis 
Wellesley College 
Wentworth Institute of Technology 
Wesleyan University 
Wheaton College 
Wheelock College 
College of William & Mary 
Williams College 
University of Wisconsin 
Wittenberg University 
College of Wooster 
Worcester Polytechnic Institute 
Yale University

 

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.