admitearly is the only way to get around the admissions office and find out what life is really like at college. Talk directly with students with similar backgrounds and profiles today.
Wondering what life is really like for someone like you at college? Now, you can get unfiltered, unbiased information right from currently-enrolled students and find out more about dorms, majors, greek life, sports and more.
Already admitted to your dream school? Congrats! Now you can meet upperclassmen in your major, fraternity/sorority or sports team and get a head start on building your network across campus.
Are you a college student interested in spreading the word about admitearly, receiving gear and the chance to win gift cards and other prizes? Apply to our Ambassador Program by e-mailing us your details at firstname.lastname@example.org
We want our billing process to be simple and transparent. High school student users are charged $10 for a 10-minute video chat with matching college students. Your form of payment will be pre-authorized for a charge of $10 upon initiation of the video chat.
Billing is $10 for every 10 minute increment, even if a video chat may be longer or shorter than 10 minutes. For example, you will be billed $10 for a 5 minute video chat, plus applicable service fees. If the video chat goes over 10 minutes, you will be billed $10 for every 10-minute increment. For example, you will be billed $20 for a 15-minute video chat, plus applicable service fees.
Service fees payable to admitearly are $3.95 for every 10 minute video chat increment. For example, for a 15-minute video chat, you will be billed $7.90 in service fees, in addition to the $20 payment to the college student user.
For users under the age of 18, you are required to enter a parent/guardian e-mail address to initiate and verify payment.
We are not responsible for missed/dropped calls, bad cell service or wifi. We encourage users to initiate and receive calls at the scheduled time in an area where they receive a strong wifi signal for best results. We are not responsible for the content provided by college student users. While we want students to have meaningful and informative conversations, you may not receive the best information from every user. As such, you may want to try and match with other users to form a more complete picture about a particular college or university.
We want you to benefit from our service and for billing to be fair. For refund information, please contact us at: email@example.com
Our AI engine works to match high school students and college students using a proprietary algorithm. Some of our key criteria include home state, anticipated major and interests.
We are adding new users every day! If you don’t find a match right away, don’t be discouraged. You will receive notifications as new users match your criteria.
We created admitearly to provide a place for your high school student to form safe, meaningful connections with college students and help make an informed decision about college. We have taken steps to verify that college students are currently enrolled in a four-year college or university in the U.S. Our terms and conditions of use are designed to help provide a safe and constructive environment for interactions.
In order to ensure that payment is authorized by you, we have taken steps to ensure that you initiative/authorize payment for any user under the age of 18.
If you have any questions or concerns about our platform, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Payments are sent to college student user’s Venmo or Paypal account. You can select where to receive payment at registration. You are solely responsible for the payment of local/state/federal taxes on any earnings.
High school students will rate their experience following the video chat using a 1-5 star system. College student profiles will show their aggregate rating. We encourage college students to be honest, transparent and professional in answering questions and providing information to high school students in order to receive the highest rating possible.
While we know ratings are subjective, we also want ratings to reflect real user experience and therefore will not change a user rating, even if the college student may disagree with a particular rating.