UCEazy Expands its Offerings Coast to Coast

UCEazy Expands its Offerings Coast to Coast

Expanding nationwide to offer college admissions guidance services for students whose parents were born outside the U.S.

SAN FRANCISCO and WASHINGTON, DC (September 20, 2018) – After successfully serving the needs of more than 500 families in California, UCEazy is excited to announce its services available nationwide providing one-on-one college admissions counseling via video conference, phone and in person to students whose parents were born outside the United States. UCEazy began this online mission in California, as well as, partnered with local organizations to provide high touch educational seminars on critical college admission topics for parents and students.

Co-founders Vinnie Gupta and Vaitheesh Kolady, both born outside the U.S., started UCEazy to level the education playing field. UCEazy helps these families understand the nuances of the US education system to assist students in securing admission into top tier universities such as Stanford, Northwestern and Ivy League colleges.

“We are very excited to expand our services to students nationwide,” said Gupta. “We have been able to significantly reduce the stress for both the child and the parents by providing personalized guidance through webinars and online counseling and look forward to expanding our footprint to benefit even more families.”

UCEazy differentiates itself by providing college admissions guidance for families whose parents were born outside the U.S. These cost-effective services include:
● High-touch, high-quality, one-on-one counseling that is offered via video conference, via phone, and in-person.
● Educational seminars, webinars, and workshops that address topics often challenging to immigrant families and their children.
● Highly targeted programs to improve creative writing skills. In addition to benefiting college essays, this program improves overall communication skills.

The UCEazy team plans to provide more online options and web-based affordable counseling and coaching services while actively marketing nationwide. The team is looking to hire community ambassadors in targeted areas across the nation.

Vinnie Gupta, CEO will be traveling to Greater DC to introduce the service/product offerings and the national vision of UCEazy to journalists and associations in early October. To schedule a briefing, please contact Amy Parrish 404-310-6559 or aparrish@rhythmcommunications.com.