At the free introductory meeting, you'll meet with an expert admissions consultant to see if our program fits your needs, and if we're right to work together.
- Kick the Tires and Discuss Your Goals
- Highlight the Parts of the Application You Need Help With
- Get All of Your Burning Questions About Admissions Answered
- No Hard Sell, We Promise!
The agenda is pretty simple. We will talk about your goals, decide what parts of the application process you need help with, and see if we would be a good fit to work together. We'll also answer your questions about the admissions process. There's no hard sell; it's just a get-to-know-you session, and after the meeting we can decide whether we want to work together.
Lisa received a Bachelor’s in Biology from Kenyon College and a Master’s in Microbiology and Immunology from Emory University. She was then lured to San Diego by the great weather and top scientific research community, where she worked over a twelve-year period as an immunological research associate for institutions including Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, Johnson & Johnson and Viagene, Inc.
Lyn studied Psychology and Biology when she attended Yale. She started with The Princeton Review as an Assistant Director in 1999 and after 12 and a half years, the last three spent as Regional Vice President of the West Coast, Lyn decided to work with students directly to help them navigate the increasingly competitive and difficult college and medical school admissions processes, as well as providing much-needed emotional support for students and parents.
Ryan earned humanities degrees from John Carroll University, Ohio University, and San Diego State University. Before working full-time for Passport, he worked in dozens of editing, tutoring, and instructing roles at five different colleges. He has also worked extensively as an editor for various literary journals, such as Narrative Magazine, New Ohio Review, and Fiction International. He has a strong affinity for words and feels genuine delight when the right ones are found.