Skip to main content

Kimberly Asselta

College Admissions Consultant
Kimberly Asselta
College Admissions Consultant
Former admissions officer Babson College
Former admissions officer College of the Holy Cross

My Background

I started my career as an admissions counselor at College of the Holy Cross, where I traveled across the country meeting students and visiting high schools. I reviewed and made decisions on approximately 500 applications a year, supervised the admission tour guides, coordinated the transfer process, and served as the athletic liaison for several of the Division I athletic teams including hockey, baseball, field hockey and softball. I joined the Office of Undergraduate Admission at Babson College in 2004. As the senior associate director, I was responsible for all admissions communications, including both print and electronic marketing. I also coordinated staff domestic and international travel, scholarship selection, and the athletic recruitment process.
curve-main

Get to Know Me

My Education

Stonehill College Bachelor's in Communication
I have worked with students interested in:
  • Art
  • Business
  • Computer science
  • Engineering
  • Honors programs
  • Ivy league
  • Journalism
  • Large State Schools
  • Mathematics
  • Pre-law
  • Pre-med
  • Religious affiliated schools
  • Research universities
  • Science
  • Small liberal arts colleges
  • Technology
I have also worked with:
  • Athletes
  • First-generation students
  • International students
  • Students with learning differences
  • Transfer students

Some of my favorite pastimes

Baking, spinning (so I can keep baking!), spending time with my family, catching up on my favorite shows Homeland and Mad Men
curve-main
Kimberly kept us On-Track, On-Topic and On-Time... As result, [my daughter] was Accepted by 3 Universities even before her peers had completed their applications.
Parent of a High Point University student

Why I joined

The admissions process is an extremely stressful time for both students and parents. Looking back on my own experience, it’s a wonder my mother and I are still speaking! As a first generation college student, my family and I had no idea how to navigate the application process. It doesn’t have to be this way. With the proper guidance, focus, preparation, communication, and organization it can become less stressful and more enjoyable. I joined College Coach because I want to use my experience and knowledge to guide families through the process.

Interested?

Interested in learning more about how our college admissions counseling services can help your student succeed?

Call 877-402-6224 or complete the form below for information on getting your student started with one of our admissions experts.

Parent hugging graduate