Noreen Britt


Perfect Fit For College

I work individually with students to help them find the "perfect fit for college" that will allow them to thrive and become the best...

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Noreen Britt is a graduate of Syracuse University Whitman School of Business with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing. She completed additional graduate level work and received a certificate in College Counseling at the University of California, Los Angeles. This prestigious program entails a rigorous core curriculum in specialized college counseling subjects and a 65-hour practicum. Noreen has also completed a professional development program on advising the college bound student athlete along with workshops on helping students with learning disabilities navigate the college search. She has helped guide many students on their path to college admission. Noreen is a professional member of Higher Education Consultants Association (HECA) and New England Association For College Admission Counseling (NEACAC).


Syracuse University

Bachelor's Degree
1986 - 1989



College Counseling

January 2013 - present
7/20/2017 1:39:01 PM,
Noreen Britt replied:
It is typically best to write about more recent experiences unless that particular time in your life has had a siginificant infleunce on  what you are going to study in college.
6/20/2017 1:36:22 PM,
Noreen Britt replied:
Aside from the traditonal questions of major, class size, location, size of school, I also ask the student to tell me what they expect to get out of their 4 years in college, their goals and where they want to go afterwards. While not everyone will know what they want to do after college, at a minimum they should be able to tell you what they hope to get out of their experience. Given how huge the investment is, not just in dollars but in time, I feel that students need to reflect upon this question and have an answer. I hope I was able to answer your question.