- Indiana Association for College Admission Counseling (IACAC)
- Higher Education Consultant’s Association (HECA)
- Accredited Member (with an A+ Rating) of the Central Indiana Better Business Bureau
Amy Sosnowski, owner of Strategic College Planning, is a College Admissions and Financial Aid Specialist who, for over 20 years, has successfully guided Indianapolis-area families through the college planning process.
Her individualized strategies allow students to choose the best-fit school for them, as well as make it an affordable reality for their parents. Amy gives students the tools, knowledge and resources they need to own their college planning process, which is when the best results occur.
Amy holds a BS from Purdue University in Financial Counseling and Planning, and has been quoted in the Indianapolis Star “College Guide” and “Next Step” college planning magazine.
Her practice and business model have proven so successful that she helped launch a college planning practice in northwest Indiana.
What sets Amy apart?
Students in Amy’s practice come from a wide array of backgrounds and high schools (public, private, charter, and homeschools) throughout the Indianapolis area and surrounding suburbs, including Greenwood, Carmel, Greenfield, Fishers, McCordsville, Brownsburg, Westfield, Avon, Zionsville, New Palestine, Rushville, Fortville, Knightstown, Noblesville, Shelbyville and others. Families are assured of receiving the highest level of one-on-one service since Amy limits the number of students that she takes into her practice each year.
Strategic College Planning does NOT work for any college or university, investment firm, or lending organization, and is NOT a scholarship search service.
AMY REPRESENTS ONLY HER CLIENTS AND THAT IS TO WHOM SHE HOLDS HERSELF ACCOUNTABLE.
Amy specializes in comprehensive college search and admissions strategies, and financial aid consulting and planning strategies, that are individualized to each client.
Amy's services are so specialized and time-intensive that they go above and beyond the scope of high school counselors, accountants, and even financial planners.