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Command Education provides both full and partial merit based scholarships for many of its most qualified and deserving candidates. We believe that financial limitations should not restrict one’s access to higher education.

Financial documentation is required for those seeking need-based financial aid. All scholarship applicants must submit an unofficial transcript; standardized test scores and a 250-word essay outlining their college admissions aspirations and why they believe our services and guidance will help them achieve these goals. Video supplements are optional, but encouraged. Scholarship submissions should be emailed to scholarships@commandeducation.com.

Scholarship entries are accepted any time on a rolling basis.

For an international student like myself, the personal essay and its significance in the admissions process was a vague and difficult task for me to master. Dan helped me understand what colleges were looking for in an essay and helped me learn how to convey my personal voice to admissions. He helped me earn acceptance to Stanford; I couldn’t be more grateful for his help

— Jimmy O., Stanford Class of 2020