WILTON, Conn., April 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- AdmissionsCheckup.com, a nationally recognized digital startup that offers students applying to college an admissions committee made up of former admissions officers, is launching a new website, adding new resources, and proud to be participating in a national accelerator program for woman-owned companies run by The Refinery.
AdmissionsCheckup's new website is easy to navigate and informative, with a new and comprehensive blog section that offers detailed articles on every aspect of the college admissions process. Many of the expert articles, written by CEO and Founder Stephanie Klein Wassink, previously appeared in Money Magazine, Huffington Post and other national titles. This video explains how AdmissionsCheckup works. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qu9vfz69ta8
Additionally, former admissions officers from University of Pennsylvania, Vanderbilt, American, Stanford and Santa Clara University have recently joined AdmissionsCheckup.com. "With former admissions officers from 50 universities working for us, and always adding new talent, we are well-suited to meet our growing list of clients who are looking for a virtual admissions committee review before they apply to college," said Klein Wassink. "We are an often overlooked and key part of making sure people get into the college of their choice. We have a 90% success rate with our clients."
Earlier this year, AdmissionsCheckup.com was one of eight companies selected to be part of the prestigious Refinery Winter Boost program. The Refinery was founded in 2014 to fuel the growth of woman-owned companies through seminars and one-on-one mentoring.
AdmissionsCheckup.com is a Wilton, CT-based company that matches college applicants with former admissions officers who offer brutally honest application feedback. Since 2012, it has consistently helped students improve their admissions odds at top schools. AdmissionsCheckup.com employs former admissions officers from over 50 top colleges and universities. For more information, please call 203-762-6500 or visit AdmissionsCheckup.com.