Matt Musico

Matt’s path toward becoming a college counselor began in the admissions office at his alma mater, Sacred Heart University, where he spent four years as Associate Director of Admissions. In his time behind the admissions desk, Matt read over 4,000 applications and met with thousands of students, giving him the insight necessary to expertly advise students on how to leave a lasting impression in their college applications and essays. He also collaborated recruitment efforts with university athletic administration and coaches for 31 Division I athletic programs as SHU’s athletic liaison in the admissions office. He now uses that knowledge to high school student-athletes better navigate the recruiting process.

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