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College Admission Programs

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College admission is one of the most significant milestones in a student’s life. Excellent preparation and informed support can make the greatest difference in realizing a student’s future aspirations.

Education Unlimited pioneered the concept of comprehensive summer college admission preparation in 1993 with our groundbreaking College Admission Prep Camp, a residential program that helps college bound students with SAT prep, college counseling, and essay writing instruction. We have since expanded our admissions prep offerings to help families find the CAPC that best fits their needs, schedule, and budget.

Diverse Options Education Unlimited offers two different version of our College Admission Prep Camp of varied intensities, locations and prices, so families can choose a best-fit program. Explore the links below to learn more about which program best suites your family’s needs:

CAPC Intensive


Why choose Education Unlimited’s College Admission Prep Camp program?

  • Education Unlimited's CAPC offers more than twice the SAT preparation offered by any other competing program.

  • Students have the opportunity to intensively concentrate on SAT preparation without the distractions of school year assignments, clubs and activities.

  • Personal Statement instruction is not an afterthought but a significant part of the daily schedule. Students receive one-on-one advice and instruction from the best English educators, in order that they may complete this portion of their application by the end of the program.

  • Instructors live on campus with the students as supervisors and mentors. The professional bonds made between faculty and students facilitate a close-knit community unlike traditional school.

  • Students make new friends from across the nation and around the world!

  • With the guidance of college counselors, participants tour area universities, meet college students, and ask admissions representatives questions about life on campus!

  • Students learn to prepare for an interview with admissions officers from any of their top choices.

  • Student to teacher ratios are small: 1:10 in writing classes and no more than 1:15 in other units.

  • After camp, students leave with a personalized college admissions timeline, flash cards, practice tests, a college essay, list of target schools and a clear vision of how to get into the college of their choice.

  • Students have fun! With excursions to boardwalks, shopping malls, movie theaters and sporting venues, Education Unlimited programs balance academic rigor with amusement and adventure.

2015 College Admission Programs Staff Members Include:

Check back closer to the start of camp for details on our 2015 staff

We will continue to add additional staff members as enrollment and availability dictate. Details are posted on additional staff members as they are confirmed.

2014 College Admission Programs Staff Members Include:

Education Unlimited - Aaron Walker (Camp Director and PSAT and Writing Instructor)

Aaron Walker, Camp Director and PSAT and Writing Instructor


Dr. Walker earned his B.A. in English with Honors at the Arizona State University (ASU). He acquired both his M.A. and Ph.D. in Linguistics at the University of Southern California (USC).
He currently serves as an Assistant Director and Program Specialist with the USC McNair Scholars Program, Office of Undergraduate Programs, a Division of the USC Office of the Provost. His responsibilities include graduate school advising, teaching writing and research methods, program planning, and fiscal and budget management. 
As an instructor, advisor, and coordinator, he has acquired extensive experiences working with high school students, undergraduates, and graduate students. He has taught and advised high school students preparing for college, undergraduates preparing for graduate school, and graduate students preparing their research for publications and conferences. The student populations he has served over the years have been truly diverse in every aspect, including: 
domestic and international students; students from historically underrepresented minority backgrounds; students coming from low to high socioeconomic households; students designated as academically gifted; and students with 
distinct learning disabilities. 
In the capacity of an academic writing and research methods instructor, Dr. Walker has taught and advised USC Undergraduates (McNair Scholars) and USC Ph.D. Students (EDGE Fellows). He is well-versed on research writing and 
protocols, familiar with qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods approaches.
Dr. Walker is a distinguished debater, participating in debate teams where he has competed nationally during his high school and undergraduate years. During his last year in high school he was recruited by UC Berkeley, USC, and ASU for 
their debate teams (he decided to attend ASU). As an undergraduate and throughout his graduate school years he assumed a leadership role as a debate coach for high school youth competing in local and national-level debate tournaments. 
While at USC, Dr. Walker has designed and taught classes on argumentative writing, research methods, and critical analysis. Between 2006 and 2011, he was an assistant lecturer with the USC Writing Program. In 2008, he began serving 
in an administrative capacity as a coordinator, where he supervised and mentored other writing instructors in course development and management. Additionally, he was a liaison between the Writing Department and USC faculty that 
teach related courses, and was also responsible for attending meetings with department chairs. 

Education Unlimited - Robert Egan (Camp Director)

Robert Egan, Camp Director

Robert Egan has been both an instructor since 2005 and a program director since 2010 for Education Unlimited. He was previously the debate coach for the Sage Ridge School in Reno, Nevada. He received his undergraduate degree in Philosophy from the University of Chicago in 2008. While there, he continued competing in collegiate parliamentary debate, both nationally and internationally, through the Chicago Debate Society. He has directed programs focusing on public speaking, competitive debate, and college admissions/SAT prep at UCLA, UC Berkeley, Stanford, and Tufts University for Education Unlimited. He also has privately tutored math, critical reasoning/reading, writing, and the SAT/ACT. 

Education Unlimited - Victoria Glasser (College Counselor)

Victoria Glasser, College Counselor

Victoria (Tori) Glasser

Originally from Northeastern, NJ, Tori graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of North Carolina Wilmington with a B.A. in Therapeutic Recreation and a minor in Psychology. In 2009 she graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Massachusetts Boston with her M.Ed. in School Counseling. After grad school Tori worked as an Assessment Testing Coordinator at the University of Massachusetts Lowell before moving on to her current position as a Guidance Counselor at Medford High School, in Medford, MA. In the spring of 2013 she was elected President of the Greater Boston School Counselor Association. At Medford High she also became an advisor for the Class of 2013, and currently co-leads of the Dreamfar Team, a marathon training program for high school students. In her free time Tori enjoys traveling, reading, cooking, being outdoors, running, soccer, softball, and spending time with her friends and family.


Education Unlimited - Steven Wolkoff (SAT Instructor )

Steven Wolkoff, SAT Instructor

Steven Wolkoff is Education Unlimited's SAT instructor for all of our College Admissions Prep Camps and the students and parents love him for great reason!

Steven graduated from Dartmouth College with an honors English major.  He has worked as a College Counselor/SAT tutor for over twelve years including providing private SAT instruction for students from across the globe.  Steven currently lives in Los Angeles, CA.  In addition to tutoring, Steven works as a painter - he has shown in galleries in Los Angeles, New York, and Beijing.  He also recently finished writing his first novel.

[My SAT instructor] gets an A+++++++! He was very attentive, and took time to look at questions for each person outside of class. I'm quite confident now about the SAT -- I'm faster and I have more experience -- and I scored a 2150 on the last practice test. A great improvement!

   - 2013 College Admission Prep Camp Participant


Upcoming Camps

College Admission Prep Camp (TM)

College Admission Prep CampTM is an 11-day program that comprehensively prepares students for the college admissions process. It gives students the unique chance to live on a prestigious college campus, learn about college life first-hand, and prepare for significant academic opportunities with the help and guidance of experienced professionals.

The program curriculum includes three core components: SAT preparation that uses market-leading materials and instruction;...

College Admission Prep Camp Day Camp

CAPC Day Camp is a 10-day nonresidential program that provides Test Scholars SAT prep, personal statement writing and college counseling curriculum, similar to our residential College Admission Prep Camp but for students who would prefer a slightly less rigorous day camp option.


This is a special 'crash course' in SAT prep, focusing on ways to make a real difference in your SAT scores, improve your essay writing, and get so...

College Admission Prep Camp Intensive

College Admission Prep Camp Intensive is a 20-day immersive program that prepares students for the increasingly competitive college admission process by providing expert instruction in SAT prep, college guidance counseling, and personal statement writing. Additionally, students visit top colleges and go on excursions to local attractions.

 SAT Prep

Students receive more than 50 hours of instruction and will take 5 practice tests to giv...