Welcome to UCEazy Union, a marketplace to purchase guidance counseling services from our team of experts.

GETTING ACQUAINTED-free online introduction

The first step in Marketplace Union, the 30 minute, free online chat between a dedicated UCEazy counselor and a student, is a first opportunity for the counselor, student and parent/guardian to meet. This initial face-to-face discussion is essential to the Union process, assuring a good fit between student and counselor. In order that the UCEazy counselor better understands the unique characteristics of each student and the student and parent are able to articulate their goals and priorities, this session is geared towards getting acquainted.


With the stressful process behind them, of submitting applications and following up with schools to make sure files are complete, students have several weeks to a few months of breathing room before letters from colleges arrive and decisions have to be made. Deciding on where to go to college can be as stressful for high school students as the process of applying, particularly when early action, deferrals or wait listing issues, and financial packages factor into the student’s decision. Once the letters arrive, students can be confused about how to navigate them and which school is the right school for them. UCEazy Counselors educate and support students on this final step in their college-bound process.


Defining where to apply is one of the first steps in the process of successfully progressing from high school to college. Developing a realistic and viable list that speaks to the individual strengths, goals and interests of a student can be a daunting task. The expert college advisors at UCEazy Union offer a comprehensive and organized approach to creating a college list that identifies, supports and honors the importance of students identifying their list of colleges to which to apply.

THE GAME PLAN-for Juniors

The journey from high school student to college acceptance can be stressful for both students and their families. For juniors, the stress may feel more acute as students realize that college application deadlines are closer, recommendation letters are needed, the window for additional coursework, extracurricular activities, and jobs or internships has narrowed, and there is a more pressing need to take or retake the ACT and/or SAT.

UNION Q & A Target Group: any level in high school

Not sure where to start in the college application process? Have specific questions about the Common App or the difference between early decision, early action and regular applications? Considering whether to take the ACT, SAT, both tests, or SAT subject tests? At Union Q & A, an experienced college counselor can answer general or specific questions regarding what to consider during high school, the college search and the application process. Counselors are available for one-hour sessions to answer a variety of questions, lend insight into some of the ins and outs of the college app process, and guide you to your first or next steps as a college bound, high school student.