MedSchoolCoach Launches UniversityCoach -- Committee Based College Advising
UniversityCoach offers access and a team based approach to help students gain entrance to college.
BOSTON - June 5, 2019 - PRLog -- MedSchoolCoach, LLC, the nation's leader in Pre-Medical student advising, medical exam tutoring and medical school admissions has launched UniversityCoach -- a college advising team deigned to help students tackle the complex world of college admissions.
Borne from the successful approach of its older sibling, the UniversityCoach team includes former Directors and Assistant Directors of Admissions from top US colleges as well as a highly specialized group of subject matter experts to assist with transfer admissions, international student admissions, IEP/504 planning, and test prep guidance.
Founder Sahil Mehta, an Interventional Radiologist in Boston, notes that UniversityCoach "was built the to help all students regardless of background or future interests and that is why our advising team includes experts from top US liberal arts schools as well as pre-medical and STEM experts." After 10 years and 12,000 pre-meds helped, Dr. Mehta felt "it was time to apply our successful approach to a broader group of students."
Beyond this expertise, UniversityCoach plans to apply its flagship "team based" methodology to assist students their next level of education. What this means is that each student will have a committee of advisors helping with their undergraduate application portfolio rather than a single expert. "After all, when you apply to college your application goes before a committee, so why not use a committee to prepare it," says Dr. Mehta.
To run UniversityCoach, Dr. Mehta recruited noted industry expert, Kevin Organisciak. Organisciak is an experienced college advisor and educational researcher with a deep knowledge of the US K-12 ecosystem.
In addition to specialized college application help, UniversityCoach offers Pro Bono services and scholarships and a host of free tools and services for motivated students with a DIY mindset.
Kevin Organisciak, M.Ed.