Is The College Visit Journal only available on Amazon.com?
No! Currently, the book is available on Amazon.com, and online at Barnes and Noble, Books A Million and Bookshop - an online bookstore supporting local, independent bookstores. It's also available at Carmichael's Bookstore in Louisville, KY. Find a Carmichael's location now and Tall Tales Bookshop on Atlanta.. Don't have an Amazon Prime membership? Try Amazon Prime 30-day free trial.
Do you do workshops + speaking engagements?
Yes! Let’s set up a time to talk to discuss exactly what you’re looking for in a speaker. My current presentation is 30 minutes in length and is called "Getting The Most Out of Your Campus Visits". While I do not charge a speaking fee (yet!), I do ask that you allow me to sell my books onsite.
Is The College Visit Journal available digitally?
Yes! There is a fillable PDF version available on Etsy.com.
How many colleges did you apply to? Get in to?
I applied to 7 schools and got into 5.
What’s the return policy?
Please refer to the return policy of the store or website in which you made your purchase. If you ordered in bulk directly through The College Visit Journal, please reach out via the contact page.
Do you offer discounts for bulk orders (50+)?
Yes! Send us a message and we'll work something out!
I work at for a school district. Are you an approved vendor?
I am a registered vendor with certain school districts in Georgia, California and Texas, along with some independent and charter schools across the U.S. Contact me to make sure I am registered with your district or school!
Did you create and publish on your own or did you have a team?
I self-published The College Visit Journal: Campus Visits Demystified, but in no way was this an individual effort. I relied heavily on my own experiences, and on those of friends and family who recently went through the college visit process to come up with appropriate content. Then, I leveraged my friends and connections within high school counseling groups and higher education to validate my assumptions. If you're curious, you can read more here.
You use a few illustrations in the book. Where did you get them from?
Check out the resources section of the Advisors + Sources page.
Who helped you put this book together?
I had a ton of advisors and resources to help me create this book. For more details, take a look!