are over 4,000 colleges and universities in the United States.
What makes a college a "good" college for any student
is more about the fit than about the name and the selectivity.
To find the right fit, there are many factors to consider:
geography, size, curriculum, specific academic programs, research
opportunities, athletics, faculty accessibility, and finances.
Even though it is easy to research colleges and visit them
online, the process can still be overwhelming and confusing.
Even though most students have a high school guidance counselor
to assist them with the process, sometimes they just need
more one-on-one time. As independent counselors, we are available
to meet during school hours, evenings, and weekends. We complement
the high school counselor's efforts by providing as much one-on-one
time as needed and customizing a strategic plan of action.
We help students get organized, stay motivated, and hit deadlines
throughout the process. The goal is for the students to present
their backgrounds and aspirations in the best possible light
and to make sure that their true and authentic character is
We strive to help each student gain admission to the best
college(s) of his or her choice that will meet his or her
academic and personal needs.
The ultimate goal is to have choices at the end of the process.
is proud to list these college acceptances
and congratulate and wish the best of success to our students.
the nature of the admissions process and the selectivity of
many institutions, IAA cannot guarantee admission to any institution.
Academic Advisors | 2441 Butter Road | Lancaster, PA 17601
| (717) 917-1717
e-mail: S.B. Jones