Program

Undergraduate Support

Undergraduate Affairs supports Prep for Prep students in their college transitions by providing services to foster academic and personal success. Through individual advising, academic workshops, and social programming, we strive to help students identify and utilize campus resources, proactively problem solve, and strengthen their network of Prep peers. 

Undergraduate Activities

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  • Advisor Meetings

    We check in with undergraduate students every quarter and offer invidual advising and support for those on leave of absence.
  • College Visits

    Each spring, Undergraduate Affairs staff accompany Prep high school students on college trips and visit with our current undergrads.
  • On-Campus Socials

    We sponsor Campus Socials for Prep students to reconnect in college. We recently hosted events at Dartmouth, Georgetown, Penn, and Williams.

Meet Our Students

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  • Elanie Paredes

    (XXXI/VCS '11, Columbia Prep '15, Barnard)
    College Sophomore 

    Elanie plans to major in political science. She is a 2016 Planned Parenthood Global Youth Advocacy Fellow, and also Director of Operations at One Girl, a women's empowerment nonprofit.
  • Milton Syed

    (P9 XXIII/Exeter '14, Harvard)
    College Junior 

    Milton is an engineering major and Co-Founder of Upsolve, a tech platform that simplifies bankruptcy filing for low-income individuals. It recently won the $75,000 top prize at the Harvard President's Innovation Challenge.
  • Kameron Hutchinson

    (XXIX/Poly Prep '13, Yale)
    College Senior 

    Kameron is a member of two improv/comedy groups and the Yale Black Men's Union. After graduation, he will join Google fulltime as an Associate Product Marketing Manager at its Mountain View campus. 


College Enrollment & Graduation

  Enrolled Graduated
Ivy League 138 1100
Most Competitive† 320 1628
Highly Competitive† 50 179
Very Competitive† & Other 89 316
Total 597 3223


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  • Ivy League

    EnrolledGraduated
    Brown13112
    Columbia21162
    Cornell19105
    Dartmouth767
    Harvard14195
    Penn27181
    Princeton1297
    Yale25181
  • Most Competitive

    EnrolledGraduated
    Amherst16111
    Barnard925
    Binghamton313
    Boston College1540
    Boston Univ.919
    Bowdoin1022
    Brandeis9
    Bryn Mawr5
    Bucknell318
    Carnegie Mellon619
    Case Western23
    Claremont McKenna55
    Colgate1135
    Connecticut College217
    Davidson324
    Duke665
    Emory422
    Fordham311
    Franklin & Marshall419
    Georgetown366
    Gettysburg616
    Hamilton317
    Hampshire24
    Haverford20
    Johns Hopkins619
    Kenyon522
    Lafayette33
    Lehigh428
    Macalester15
    Middlebury931
    MIT227
    Mount Holyoke29
    Northeastern46
    Northwestern222
    Notre Dame14
    NYU1868
    Oberlin221
    Occidental812
    Pomona132
    Reed39
    Rice7
    RPI32
    Sarah Lawrence48
    Skidmore88
    Smith113
    Stanford749
    Stony Brook213
    Swarthmore220
    Tufts1165
    UNC Chapel Hill225
    Union19
    Univ. of Chicago411
    Univ. of Michigan15
    Univ. of Richmond513
    Univ. of Rochester512
    USC52
    UVA236
    Vanderbilt114
    Vassar132
    Villanova35
    Washington Univ. in St. Louis1515
    Wellesley227
    Wesleyan21201
    Williams1377
    Other Schools*626
  • Highly Competitive

    EnrolledGraduated
    American32
    Bard59
    Baruch77
    Bates28
    Drexel32
    George Washington523
    Hobart & William Smith14
    Pitzer14
    RIT22
    Syracuse1027
    Trinity337
    West Point25
    Other Schools*739
  • Very Competitive and Other

    EnrolledGraduated
    Allegheny36
    Brooklyn210
    City College416
    CUNY1710
    Geneseo5
    Guilford5
    Howard66
    Hunter232
    John Jay15
    Lehman11
    Mercy14
    Muhlenberg319
    New School44
    Queens17
    Spelman17
    St. John's Univ.45
    SUNY1333
    Susquehanna14
    Other Schools*27117
†Categories as defined by Barron's 2019 Profiles of American Colleges
*Fewer than five students enrolled and graduated as of October 2019
Undergraduate Affairs services include: 

  • Academic and Personal Advising
  • Back to College Workshop
  • Campus Visits
  • Financial Aid Workshops
  • First-Year College Transition Retreat 
  • Graduation and Holiday Parties
  • Individual Advisor Meetings 
  • Leave of Absence Support Groups
  • On-campus and NYC Socials
  • Student and Parent Newsletters
Prep for Prep's Undergraduate Affairs unit is generously supported by Morgan Stanley. Learn more about opportunities at the company here.
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