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"Your college application is a canvas to paint your story, passions, and potential. Make it a masterpiece that reflects your true self."
      ~ Dr. Ebonee

College Prep 365 was founded in 2014 to help students and their families successfully navigate the college admission process. Though applying to college in today’s world is especially challenging, working with a private college counselor can make all the difference for your student. There are thousands upon thousands of highly intelligent, motivated students competing against one another in order to gain admission to the best colleges in the United States. Let us use our expert knowledge and years of experience to help your student stand out from the pack, avoid seemingly innocent missteps, and make informed choices.


Meet the Team

Our dedicated and experienced college admission team is passionate about guiding students on their higher education journey. With diverse backgrounds in admissions, counseling, and higher education, we provide personalized guidance, build meaningful relationships, and help students uncover their strengths to find their best-fit colleges. With our team by their side, students feel confident and well-prepared to take the next step towards their educational aspirations.



Dr. Ebonee R. Mayo-Mitchell is a dedicated HBCU enthusiast and a passionate advocate for empowering students in their college choices. With a deep understanding of college choice theories and their practical applications, she strives to bridge the gap between theory and everyday decision-making.

Born and raised in Landover, Maryland, just outside of Washington, D.C., Ebonee grew up as an only child in a supportive environment that encouraged her to pursue her passions. She attended Bowie High School and was an active member of the Glenarden Track Club. Ebonee earned her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication with a minor in Sports Management from Johnson C. Smith University. Continuing her educational journey, she pursued her Masters of Arts in Mass Communication Media Studies and Masters in Education in Education Administration and Policy at Howard University. Ebonee furthered her expertise by earning her Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration from Morgan State University, focusing her dissertation on the college choice of traditional age students. Her primary goal is to enhance enrollment numbers by guiding students and parents in making informed decisions about their educational institutions.

Throughout her career, Ebonee has collaborated with various institutions and students, lending her expertise in the admission process across diverse disciplines. She actively contributes to college tours organized by organizations like Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Prince George's County, MD Alumnae Chapter. Ebonee also serves as a mentor in the College Bound DC program, offering valuable guidance to students throughout their high school and collegiate journey. Her involvement extends to professional and service groups such as IECA, YEPDC, AERA, Phi Delta Kappa, Incorporated, and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated.

Ebonee's insights have earned her invitations as a featured panelist at esteemed events like the National Black Caucus, Urban League, Black College Expo, Alfred Street HBCU Fair, IECA, and more. She shares her expertise in cities nationwide, connecting with audiences and fostering meaningful discussions.

With a wealth of knowledge and a genuine passion for guiding students, Dr. Ebonee R. Mayo-Mitchell is committed to making a positive impact in the college choice journey. Look out for her speaking engagements in your city, and don't miss the opportunity to connect and learn from her firsthand.

Fun Facts

  • 10+ years in College Counseling Profession

  • Visited over 550 college and Universities (WHERE ON THE CAMPUS IS DR.EBONEE)

  • Worked with over 1000 students during college admission process

  • Researcher of College Choice 



           Dillard University                             

           Xavier University                              

           Tulane University                             

           Louisiana State University               

           Southern University                                           Rutgers                                               

           Seaton Hall                                         

           Fairleigh Dickinson University          

           University of Connecticut                 

           Goucher College                                

           Georgia Tech                                       

           Georgia State University                   



           Clark Atlanta                                       

           Texas Southern University              

           University of Houston                       

           Rice University                                  

            Paul Quinn College 

          Washington University St.Louis            

           St. Louis University                           


           Southern Illinois University              

           Ole Miss                                              

           University of Alabama Huntsville    

           University of South 


           Tennessee State University                              Rhodes College                                  

           Harris Stowe                                       

           Lincoln University                             

           Grambling State University               

           Miles College                                      

           Delaware State University               

           Wesley College                                  

           North Carolina State A&T University 

           Bennett College                                  

            Johnson C. Smith University 

           University of North Carolina      

           University of Baltimore                    





           University of San Diego                     

           San Diego State                                 

           Trinity Washington                           

           University of Pacifica                         


           Morgan State                                                  Catholic University                                        

           Georgetown University                     

           American University                         

           Tuskegee University                                           George Washington University        

           Fisk University                                   

           And more.....  








Because IECs aren't tied to any particular school or school calendar, they are available to work after school, in the evenings and on the weekends. Much of their most important work occurs over the summer months getting seniors ready for the fall application season.

Deadlines are key in the world of college admissions, so Consultants have to respond promptly to emails, phone calls and, yes, texts.

Consultants spend significant time visiting college campuses and attending professional workshops, conferences and college fairs. It's virtually impossible to get a feel for the uniqueness of a particular college without visiting on a regular basis.

Reputable IEC's maintain memberships in organizations such at HECA, IECA, NACAC or local NACAC affiliates, all of which require specialized education and experience and a commitment to continuing education.

Most IECs work locally with students in their surrounding communities and must familiarize themselves with individual school district policies and academic offerings.

Consultants subscribe to specific Principles of Good Practice governing the actions of educational consultants in their relationships with students and families, schools and colleges, and with colleagues.

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