DIY College Program

UPrep4College One Step at a Time…

Our all-in-one system is everything you need to know to build a strategic high school plan for college admissions.

UPrep’s DIY College Program is one of the first online college admissions programs that can save you thousands of dollars.

Most of our customers see a 10X return on their program investment by simply following our step-by-step program.

Walk confidently toward your future..


Learn Exactly What Top Universities Want

Follow our proprietary one-stop solution that will not only help your child get into their dream college but also target great-fit schools with scholarship opportunities. We’ve included dozens of resources and tools to walk you from Middle School through High School and onto to Graduation.

We’ve cracked the college admission’s code with hundreds of hours of research from admission officers and counselors. They’ve shared insider knowledge; how, when and what top universities look for in applicants This program is set-up into manageable bite-sized actions so that the college admissions process will be easy to understand and less overwhelming.

The DIY College Program Includes

100+ Insider Admission Secrets

From Middle School thru Your College Decision

Over 90 Modules and Lessons

Quarterly Action Steps

50+ resources

Including Worksheets, Templates, Cheat Sheets

4-Year Program Access

Includes 1 Parent and 1 Child Log-in      Additional students:  $1,000 each

Exclusive Access

Members-Only Access to Our Facebook Community

Additional Support is Available


One-on-One Coaching

If you’re interested in one-on-one coaching with UPrep’s Executive Director please review our Admission Concierge Program for more information. Personalized Services include but not limited to:

Custom Target School List

Personal Brand Development

Scholarship Strategy and Custom List

Resume Review and/or editing

Accountability and/or Timeline Strategy

Application Essay Editing

The essay is the most critical part of the college application because it’s the only area a student can truly express who they are outside of grades or test scores.   Should you need essay editing, application review or personalized coaching, you can upgrade from the DIY College Program to the Admission Concierge Program.

Common/Coalition Application Essay

College Supplemental Essays

Honors College Supplemental Essay

Scholarship Essay Brainstorming/Editing

This program is perfect for you if:


You realize that the college admission process is insanely competitive, and you need to gain a competitive advantage.


Both parents have little to no time to help their student through this lengthy and confusing process.


Your high school guidance counselor is too busy supporting hundreds of students and doesn’t know how to help you let alone reduce the price of college.


Your family hasn’t saved enough for college and needs merit scholarships


Your child is a serious and driven student who is interested in getting into a top-tier university.


You are completely overwhelmed with the amount of information: test requirements, college choices, ways to fund college, how to build a compelling resume… everything!


You feel like you might miss something because there are too many moving parts and gazillions of deadlines.

You want the best school for your child, that isn’t going to break the bank.

If this sounds like you, get started today. From the beginning of high school to college acceptance, our program will help your student get into the right-fit college.

Choose From One of Two Programs

View our pricing options below, and get started now.

The Admission Concierge Program Curriculum:

Freshman Year

Examples of Topics include but not limited to:

  • The Top 10 things that Admission Officers Want
  • How to Create a Target College List
  • Should You Play Sports in College
  • What High School Classes to take that will prepare you for college
  • The Perfect Powerful High School Resume
  • Tips and Questions When Visiting Colleges
  • Picking the Right Extracurricular Activities
  • How and When to take the ACT/SAT 
  • How to Find and Apply to Scholarships
  • Where to find Summer Program Opportunities
Sophomore Year

Examples of Topics include but not limited to:

  • When to take the PSAT
  • What it takes to be a Nat’l Merit Contender
  • The Importance of Leadership Activities
  • Why Attend College Fairs
  • How to Create a Stand Out Resume
  • List of Sophomore Summer Programs
  • Building your College Financial Plan
  • National Student Competitions
  • Top Colleges with Merit Scholarships
  • Key Differences between the SAT and ACT
  • How to Create Your Unique Differentiator/Brand
  • The Importance of SAT II tests and When to Take Them
  • When to Start Test Prep
  • Reviewing your Graduation Requirements
  • Determine Your Learning Style
Junior Year
Examples of Topics include but not limited to:

  • SAT and ACT Test Taking Tips
  • The PSAT and National Merit Finalist
  • 10 Essential Writing Elements to Create A Killer Essay
  • The In-depth Makeup of the SAT/ACT
  • The Importance of Leadership
  • Building Strong Teacher Relationships
  • How to Fine Tune your College List
  • Test Prep Strategy for the ACT/SAT
  • Summer Program Opportunities
  • The Importance of Meeting NCAA Eligibility
  • Preparing Your Financial Aid Strategy
  • Top 350 schools that offer Merit Aid
  • Determine your Counselor’s Procedures
  • Steps to Take as a Prospective Athlete
  • Choosing the Perfect Recommenders
  • How to Calculate your Expected Family Contribution
  • How to Finalize your College List
  • Will you Need SAT II Tests
  • Inside College Rankings
  • The Four Types of Scholarships
  • Tips on Starting the Common Application
  • The Secret on the Common App 
  • How to Nail the Supplemental Essays
  • Build a Common Application Strategy
  • National Honor Society Selection Rubric
Senior Year
Examples of Topics include but not limited to:

  • The Secret to Standing Out in a Crowd of Perfect Applicants
  • Perfect Recommenders Late in the Game
  • Four Kinds of Scholarships
  • Tips to Starting the Common Application
  • The Top 350 Merit Aid Providers
  • Nail the Supplemental Essays
  • The Best Way to Fill Out the Common App
  • Three Steps to the Perfect Essays
  • Crank it into Full Scholarship Gear
  • Create Your Application Dashboard
  • Narrow Down to Your Top 10-15 Colleges
  • Last Chance ACT/SAT Timeline
  • Documents to Request from Your Counselor
  • When to Submit Test Scores to Colleges
  • College Applications: When to Apply
  • Touring the Top 3 Colleges One Last Time
  • When to Fill out the FAFSA and Timeline 
  • Communicating with Admissions Counselors
  • Tips to Slam Dunking Interviews
  • Last Shot Scholarship Applications
  • University Decision Timelines
  • What to do if You’re Deferred
  • How to Choose the Right College
  • Our College Cost Analysis Tool
  • How to Make an Appeal and Get Thousands Off Tuition