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ScholarMatch’s college drop-in centers in both San Francisco and Los Angeles are temporarily closed until further notice.
During this time, we will be holding virtual Office Hours for students online to continue supporting students as they complete college applications.
SF Bay Area Students
Join our virtual Office Hours every Monday-Thursday from 3-5pm PST by clicking the button below.
If you have questions, please call (415) 652-2766 or email email@example.com
Through our Destination College Programs, we offer free college admission advising for US high school juniors and seniors who are the first in their family to attend college. From building your college list all the way to making your college decision, we will guide you through the whole process. In-person services are available in San Francisco and Los Angeles and virtual services available across the US.
Students from the Bay Area are invited to apply to our Destination College program to receive free 1-on-1 college counseling. Students may participate virtually and/or visit our College Center in the Mission for workshops, SAT & ACT classes, visits with college admission reps, & more!
Students from the LA area invited to apply to our Kayne Destination College program to receive free 1-on-1 college counseling. Students may participate virtually and/or visit our College Center in Boyle Heights for workshops, college coaching, visits with college admission reps, & more!
CollegePoint Virtual Advising
Students across the country are invited to apply to our CollegePoint Virtual Destination College program to be matched with their own College Coach. Students work virtually with their coach on all things college admission throughout their senior year in high school.
Please check back soon for future events!
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