Comprehensive College
Application Workshop (CCAW)

An intensive program to jumpstart your college admissions process from building a strategy
to choosing a college list to drafting essays. 

Hands on instruction

Students work with Admissions Angle mentors in a hybrid-style classroom format, receiving not only expert instruction and bespoke materials and workbooks, but also personalized edits, 1:1 meetings, and individual guidance.

Comprehensive content

While most college prep workshops begin and end with the essays, The Admissions Angle covers materials ranging from admissions strategy to building a college list, to essays, to interview preparation, and beyond. 

Capped participation

The Admissions Angle recognizes that in order to deliver individualized, high quality support to its students, numbers must be kept limited. Register soon to reserve your spot. Participation is expected to reach capacity.

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Two convenient sessions to choose from:

Session One: May 17th - May 21st
(5pm-8pm EST classroom hours)*

Session Two: June 28th - July 2nd
(10am - 2pm EST classroom hours)*

*Limited space available so register early

Comprehensive College Application Workshop

Everything you need to build a competitive, strategic college application
$ 2000
  • 10 hours of Zoom instruction
  • 2 hours of 1:1 coaching with TAA mentor
  • Proprietary workbooks and recordings
  • 1:1 Personal Statement brainstorming and edits
  • Unlimited e-mail support

Eight units of instruction, manuals, workbooks, and assignments:

  • Unit 1: Introduction to the application process
  • Unit 2: Forming a college admissions strategy
  • Unit 3: Building your college list
  • Unit 4: Writing your personal statement
  • Unit 5: Crafting supplemental essays
  • Unit 6: Filling out the Common Application
  • Unit 7: Scholarships and Financial Aid
  • Unit 8: Following Up
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Other payments options and nonrefundable deposits are also available
Email [email protected] to inquire

College Admissions Services

Schedule a Free Consultation

Meet with Alex one-on-one via video chat to talk about your son/daughter’s admissions plan. Afterwards, receive a no-obligation Customized College Roadmap (CCR) with advice on courses, extracurricular activities, standardized tests, and Admissions Angle strategy. 

CCAW Syllabus:


Starting off Strong

  • Understanding the college admissions process
  • Time and stress management
  • Your application timeline
  • Crafting an Admissions Angle strategy
  • Understanding academic index
  • Resume drafting workshop
  • 1:1 resume edits from an Admissions Angle mentor


Crafting a College List

  • How to build a college list
  • How to choose a major
  • Fit factors for your perfect college experience
  • How to engage in meaningful research
  • 1:1 meeting with an Admissions Angle mentor to discuss strategy, resume, and college list


The All-Important Personal Statement

  • The personal statement workshop with The Admissions Angle Academic Director Noelle Compton:
    • What to write about
    • What NOT to write about
    • Planning your essay
    • Writing meaningful details, quippy anecdotes, and sensible structures
    • Editing your essay
  • Writing clinic: Everything you need to know about what makes an essay good
  • 1:1 Personal statement brainstorming session with an Admissions Angle mentor


Supplemental Essays and the Common App

  • Supplemental Essays workshop:
    • The Why Us Essay
    • The Why Major Essay
    • The Community Essay
    • The Diversity Essay
    • The Extracurricular Activity Essay
    • Assorted other essays
  • How to fill out the Common Application ft. live example with TAA Executive Director Alex Loveless
    • Organizing your extracurricular activities meaningfully
    • Utilizing the Additional Information section
    • Adapting your materials for Coalition Application and UC Application
  • 1:1 edits on extracurricular activities with an Admissions Angle mentor


Paying for College and What to Do After Applications

  • Financial Aid workshop
  • Scholarship search
  • Social media self-audit
  • How to write the Letter of Continued Interest (LOCI)
  • Preparing for college interviews


Personalized Help

  • In the week immediately following the workshop, students will receive a 1:1 meeting with an Admissions Angle mentor to review finalized college list, first drafts of personal statements, and activity lists