Admish.com launches comprehensive online community for college admissions
Admish, a free online community for college admissions, today announced its official launch. Admish connects everyone involved in the college admissions process, including students, college admissions officers, high school guidance counselors, parents, college access programs, teachers, and other educators. More than just an online home for student profiles, Admish.com takes popular â€œonline playgroundsâ€ like MySpace and Facebook to the next level, utilizing their best aspects to give social networking a purposeâ€“ to enhance the college admissions process from every perspective.
Admish.com offers deep, direct access to a wide range of tools, advice, and information about college admissions, including: The Admishionary, an A-Z guide that walks applicants through every step of the process; detailed resources and forms for financial aid and scholarships; online chats with admissions officers; school blogs; and more. This honest, insider content is available through Admishâ€™s exclusive relationships with leading college preparatory and admissions organizations such as The Princeton Review, and with top college administrators, non-profit educational groups, financial professionals from companies such as Morgan Stanley, and other industry experts.
At Admish.com, students can create a free, interactive admissions profile with both text and multimedia content, search more than 5,000 accredited universities in the U.S., and get candid advice straight from university insiders to find the best school for their specific needs. Meanwhile, colleges can use Admishâ€™s targeted searching and other unique tools to easily find qualified applicants worldwide â€“ making the site ideal for American and international students alike. Parents, guidance counselors, teachers, and other educators can also join the community to network with students and each other, and to access free informational resources, interact with renowned experts, and gain valuable insight into the admissions process.