To ease the stress of navigating the college admissions process, we offer one-to-one, private retainer services as well as small-group advising. Our process is designed to improve the odds of finding the right college match and increase your teen's chances of having a positive collegiate experience in an allergy-friendly environment.
Searching for a supportive, allergy-friendly collegiate environment for your college-bound teen? Well, you have come to the right place. We are the only college consulting practice that specializes in students with food allergies. We understand the importance of finding the right college match for your teen especially given the additional challenge of finding colleges that provide an allergy-friendly, campus environment.
Dr. Monica E. Randall is the Founder and CEO of Bridge2College Consulting, an independent educational consulting practice located in Bowie, Maryland. She has spent all of her professional career in higher education. As a former higher education executive, she approaches the college admission process keenly aware of how universities function and understands the expectations for student success. As a college completion advocate, she believes that college success begins with properly matching students with colleges that best match their interests, academic abilities, personal, social, and financial needs. To do this, she works individually with each student to provide a customized approach in engaging and empowering her clients to help them navigate the college admission process. Her practice specializes in increasing awareness and educating college-bound, food-allergic students and their families about food allergy management practices on college campuses. Her passion does not end with admission. A unique aspect of her practice is that she works with students through college to ensure proper ‘fit’ and to provide advice on college success.
Dr. Randall is a member of the Greater Baltimore Committee’s Leadership Class of 2012 and of Harvard University’s Institute for Educational Management Class of 2009. She holds a Ph.D. in Public Policy from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County where she conducted extensive research on financial aid and student success. She received both a Master of Arts in International Affairs and a Master of Public Administration from Ohio University. Additionally, she holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Virginia. She is proud to be an Associate Member of the IECA (Independent Educational Consultants Association) and attended their intensive Summer Training Institute program in the summer of 2014.