Ready To Be Matched With Schools?

Your Journey Starts Here 

Hi There!

Looking to go to college but don’t know where to start?

You’re in the right place. We will work with you to find a college fit based off of your own personal profile.

To start, we will just need to know some basic information about you. As you answer our questions, we will begin looking for schools that may interest you.

When it’s all said and done, we’ll be searching through colleges and hopefully finding the top 1 to 5 colleges that offer what you’re looking for!

College is a great way to explore your interests, create new relationships, learn how to do something you’ve always wanted to do, or just have some fun!

Join us in your journey of being matched with colleges that offer programs you are interested in!

– Imagine America

Why Go To School?

1. The Pay Difference

For people without college educations the average income is $26,000.

  • But for those with some college education or an associate’s degree, it climbs to $34,200.
  • Those with bachelor degrees will see incomes of $47,500 per year on average.
  • This jumps to $59,900 for those with a graduate or professional degree.


*Data in graph are for persons age 25 and over. Earnings are for full-time wage and salary workers. Source: “Learn more, Earn more: Education leads to higher wages, lower unemployment,” Career Outlook, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, May 2020.

2. Experience

College offers something for everyone–from hands-on experience to more abstract forms of learning, colleges provide all sorts of opportunities. More colleges are incorporating work experience and internships into their curriculums these days too, which gives students yet another chance at applying what they learn in school under professional conditions while still in school.

3. Find Your Purpose

College is a wonderful place to find direction and purpose. You can explore your interests, create new relationships, and learn how to do something you’ve always wanted to do. Going to college may not always be easy but it’s worth it in the end.


4. Expand Your Career Options

College offers so many opportunities, but the most common benefits are the chance to explore your interests and expand your career options. The college experience will show you where your interests lie and help you decide which path to take with your future. Plus colleges offer opportunities for internships, co-ops, volunteer work, and more!

We want to get to know what is important to YOU…

Personal Growth

All colleges and universities not only offer courses of study, but also opportunities for personal and professional growth.

College Size

Are you interested in a large or small college?


Do you prefer an urban city campus or a more rural setting?

Distance from Home

Do you want to be close to home and family, or would you prefer living on your own?