Future Quest
A national consulting firm that specializes in educational planning and college placement services.

About

Future Quest knows and understands the prerequisites needed for college admission.


Who We Are

Established in 1985, Future Quest offers a full spectrum of planning and consulting services tailored primarily to college-bound high school students. A national consulting firm that specializes in educational planning and college placement services, Future Quest has collaborated with a distinguished and diverse range of corporate entities, non-profit organizations, and private parties worldwide to achieve positive outcomes for their educational programs.

Why Future Quest

Future Quest knows and understands the prerequisites needed for college admission. These prerequisites consist of an effective curricular design for secondary education and a timely, persuasive college application. We endeavor to do the best we can to increase the chances of a student gaining access into the college of his or her choice.

Benefits of an Educational Consultant include:

  • Educational Consultants are able to focus exclusively on individualized planning and placement, whereas the school counselor’s energies are divided among multiple tasks and students

  • Educational Consultants understand all that is involved in the effort to select and apply to college

  • Gaining acceptance into the college has become increasingly competitive and Educational Consultants offer insight on how to prepare a stellar college application

 


Published Articles

“Going the Distance: Coaching a Successful College Transition and Beyond,” Fundamentals of
 College Admissions Counseling
, Third Edition (Fall 2013)

“College, Getting in and Staying In,” The Journal of College Admissions (Winter 2004)

“How to Choose Your College,” Newsweek Kaplan Guide (2000)

“A Case for Race-Based Scholarships,” Black Issues in Higher Education (June 18, 1999)

“Especially for Students of Color,” Newsweek Kaplan Guide to College Selection (1999)

Citations

“For a Few Low-Income Students, Private Counselors Can Open Doors,” The Chronicle of
 Higher Education
, July 7, 2006

“Balancing Out the SAT: A Program Seeking to Bridge the Minority Gap,” The Hoya: 
 Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record
, October 21, 2003

“A Guide to Lead You through the College Maze,” Business Week, March 2001

“Choosing a College,” US News and World ReportAmerica’s Best Colleges, 2000 Edition.

“Parlaying Tennis into Education,” The Washington Post, April 1998

“Get a Helping Hand,” Newsweek How to Get Into College, 1997 Edition.

“No Access,” Emerge, November 1997

“Students Go the Extracurricular Mile for Admission to Elite Colleges,” The Washington Post
 May 7, 1996

“The Rite of Admission into the Best U.S. Universities,” International Herald Tribune, May 10, 
 1996

“Visiting with Alumnae,” The Hilltop at Howard University, January 5, 1994

“A Matter of Timing,” Black Issues of Higher Education, March 28, 1991