With college applications at record levels, students and parents are flocking to the Internet in search of quality information and resources.
InLikeMe.com, a favorite of guidance counselors and a go-to destination for college-bound students and their parents, was launched in 2008 to help demystify the college admissions process.
Publisher Lynn Lubell a college consultant and Founder of Admission By Design, became interested in educational consulting while serving, for almost ten years, as an alumni interviewer for undergraduate applicants to her alma mater, as a member of the MIT Education Council.
Her extensive background in marketing and business strategy gives her an eye for knowing what can make a student attractive to admissions officers and for finding schools with the right academic, social, and financial fit.
She is a Professional member of the Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA), member of Higher Education Consultants Association (HECA), member of Southern Association of College Admissions Counseling (SACAC), and has completed IECA’s Principles and Practices Institute for Independent College Counselors. Lynn stays current by visiting colleges and participating in professional development events on a regular basis.
InLikeMe pulls together and categorizes the key resources most people seek: planning, college search, test preparation, strategic positioning, essay guidance, scholarship & financial aid assistance, and more — in one practical, well-organized and easy-to-use site.
If you find InLikeMe to be a valuable resource, please consider recommending InLikeMe to colleagues, parents, and students.
This reading list for parents can help facilitate the transition from high school to college:
Looking for programs for students with Learning Disabilities & Special Needs. Consider these Guidebooks.
- Colleges for Students with Learning Disabilities or AD/HD
- K & W Guide to Colleges for Students with Learning Disabilities, 9th Edition (College Admissions Guides)
- Self-Advocacy Skills for Students With Learning Disabilities: Making It Happen in College and Beyond
- Students with Asperger Syndrome: A Guide for College Personnel Admission
- Cool Colleges: For the Hyper-Intelligent, Self-Directed, Late Blooming, and Just Plain Different