Free, Remote, 1:1 Mentoring
The college admissions process is primarily about gaming the system, and almost everyone applying to college knows exactly what to do.
The Admit List is here to help the students that don't. We primarily operate by partnering with low-income or majority-minority districts, but if you think we can help you with your personal admissions journey, feel free to reach out!
We, as a collective community, have done it all -- gotten into Ivies, received full rides, written beautiful essays -- and now, we're working to help you do the same.
How do we accomplish all of this?
We pair students from selected districts with a highly accomplished mentor. Each week, they spend at least an hour remotely communicating and determining what steps the student should take to make their college dreams come true.
Check out some of our featured mentors below.
I'm currently a sophomore at NYU, but I'm on track to graduate in just 3 years with majors in both Art History and East Asian Studies. In high school, I co-founded or was a prominent member of several clubs, including the film club, the school newspaper and award-winning mock trial team. I was also heavily involved in student-led protests against school budget cuts in my hometown, as well as local anti-racism events. I'm also an ordained minister.
I'm a second-year student at Duke University double majoring in Political Science and Classical Studies, and Hart Leadership Fellow, Chairs the Committee of Internal Affairs for the Triangle Debate League, serves as the Coordinator of Duke and UNC Debate Coaches, is a member of the Duke Political Union, as well as a competitor on Duke's Moot Court team. I also serve as a researcher, studying the relationship between youth and voting as well as methods to improve civic education and reform juvenile justice. My prior accolades include serving as a USSYP delegate, a Coca-Cola Scholar, a National Merit Scholar, a 2018 Social Science Silver Knight, and a City of Parkland Scholarship Recipient.
I'm a 19-year old solutions architect at a tech company based in Pennsylvania and a consultant for Gen-Z run consulting company JUV Consulting. I am also a two-time Siemens competition semifinalist for my computational biology research with the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and I cofounded national nonprofit Girls Make Apps to help bridge the gender gap in tech at 16. Throughout high school, I served on the board of multiple national and international nonprofits to bring about gender equality in tech and have spoken internationally on my efforts for this issue including a talk on behalf of the European Commission and a TEDx talk in 2018.
I am a second-year Jefferson Scholar at the University of Virginia. I am a first-generation college student, majoring in History, and I am planning to graduate in three years and move on to a masters program during my four years here at the University. I am also a woodworker, and I have built a custom electric guitar while apprenticing under a Luthier!