These summer camps held at UC Berkeley, UCLA, and Tufts, offers multiple versions of a pre-college program that covers SAT Prep, Personal Statement Writing and College Counseling for students entering grades 10-12. Read More!
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 academic summer program that helps college bound teens 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.
CAPC Intensive - this 20 day program offered at UCLA offers an intensive level of immersion that includes 50 hours of SAT Prep, completion of 2-4 college essays, a tour of 3-4 Southern California universities, and a trip to Disneyland!
CAPC - our original college prep program offered at UC Berkeley, UCLA, and Tufts and is 11 days long. It includes 40 hours of SAT prep, completion of 1-2 college essays, a visit to 1-2 local universities, and fun local excursions.
CAPC Choice - This abbreviated 7 day program is offered at UC Berkeley and UCLA. It includes 30 hours of SAT prep, completion of 1 college essay, a tour of a local university, and fun local excursions.
"I thought that the curriculum was excellent. The teachers were very well qualified and effective. The materials given will help me after I leave this camp. Both the camp administrators were extremely upbeat and made this a very good experience. I would recommend it to other students. Without this camp, I would not know what my strengths and weaknesses are as a college applicant. Furthermore, this camp showed me great ways to "control" the test. I have become very familiar with the SAT as a result. This camp exceeded my expectations."
- Molly S., College Admission Prep Camp participant