New York, NY (PRWEB) November 7, 2010
WeGotIn.Net, a web-based service which offers copies of actual, accepted applications to Ivy League colleges, is pleased to announce a policy that will further the mission for which it was founded – to help level the playing field for admission to selective colleges. Under the new policy, 100% of WeGotIn.Net’s profits will be donated to scholarship funds at the colleges for which it sells applications.
Howard Yaruss, the site’s founder, stated, “The primary motivation for starting WeGotIn.Net was to shed light on the college application process and, in doing so, help students from less privileged backgrounds - specifically the ones without a network of friends, family and advisors who are familiar with selective college admissions. This new policy will promote that goal.” He also noted that the company will also be looking at other steps it can take to help level the playing field for admissions.
Additionally, access to the applications will continue to be offered at no charge to students who cannot afford the $19.99 fee.
For more information contact:
Howard Yaruss, Chief Executive Officer
info (at) wegotin (dot) net