LIVINGSTON, NJ - Admit U Consulting, LLC, established in 2003, a college planning firm that provides individualized and comprehensive services designed to help families navigate the college admissions process, has announced a partial list of colleges where Admit U candidates have been accepted.
 
Admit U focuses on helping students find the "best fit" school, while minimizing the anxiety associated with the process and maximizing the student's potential for admission.
 
 
As professionals in the field, Admit U counselors provide the expertise, a hands-on and individualized approach, and the knowledge of current admissions trends necessary to help students and families make informed decisions. All Admit U counselors are currently working in educational settings and also hold certificates in College Counseling.
 
“Blue Hens, Green Waves, Buckeyes, Commodores, Badgers, Mountain Hawks, Oranges, Buffs! They may not be the “toughest” mascots—however we are so proud of our students accepted at the following colleges/Universities: University of Delaware, Tulane, The Ohio State University, Vanderbilt, University of Wisconsin, Lehigh, Syracuse and the University of Colorado-Boulder. But it doesn’t stop there! Students have also been admitted to: University of Michigan, Bates, Monmouth, SUNY Binghamton, University of Texas, Penn State, University of Vermont, High Point, Rutgers, Indiana, College of Charleston and Michigan State, James Madison University, The College of New Jersey, Bucknell, Missouri University of Science and Technology, University of Oklahoma, West Virginia University, Ohio University, Bloomsburg, West Chester University, University of Pittsburgh, University of Tampa, University of Arizona, University of Hartford, Florida Atlantic University, Pace, Towson University, Montclair State, University of Alabama, Temple University, McDaniel, Ithaca, Franklin Pierce, Fairfield University, Quinnipiac, NJIT, University of Massachusetts, New York University, University of New Hampshire, Johnson and Wales —just to name a few,” said Melanie Talesnick, college counselor, Admit U, college planning strategies.

 
Click HERE for an up-to-date list that is growing by the day.
 
“We are hoping for more great news from our students shortly, said Talesnick. “Seniors keep working hard! Underclassmen take note, if you would like to see positive admissions results—it takes hard work and dedication.”  
 
“Good luck to all of the seniors out there who are patiently (yeah right!) waiting for their admissions decisions, said Talesnick. “No matter the result, there’s a great college out there for everyone.”
 
Future college-bound students can contact Admit U, HERE