LETTER FROM OUR PROGRAM DIRECTOR
Peter Allen, MS, LPC
Are We The Right Fit For You?
Thank you for taking the time to visit our website. While you are here, I encourage you to learn more about our program, our wonderful and dedicated staff, our facilities, and our philosophy of how to best help students facilitate learning and sustainable growth.
Dear Students, Parents, and Financial Sponsors:
As Program Director, I am here to support you. My primary duty is to create a program that is the best that it can be each and every day. I am constantly looking for ways we can improve our services, our relationships, and the students’ experience of our program.
College is so much more than the sum total of knowledge that is acquired in the classroom. For most people, going away to college is the first time that they have lived away from home and experienced the world as an adult on their own. During this process, one must renegotiate their relationship with the world they have known. Relationships evolve, and what we were certain of in our adolescence is often called into question as we step into adulthood. In short, significant learning takes place both inside and outside of the classroom. At College Excel, we aim to facilitate holistic learning by integrating scholarly pursuits and the inherent everyday life lessons that present themselves in the process.
The most compelling reason to attend college is to live a full and interesting life, in my opinion. Setting our students up to do just that is what our program is all about, and it is also why we believe entering adulthood through the collegiate experience matters. If you have an idea of what you might like to do, then we will help you fill in the details and find the path that leads you there. If you have a clear vision and dream for yourself, then we will help you achieve it.
On behalf of everyone at College Excel, we look forward to sharing in each student's transformational process and journey to sustainable success.
Peter Allen, MS, LPC
Program Director, College Excel