1. CollegeVine Extends Series A To $6.7 Million

    CollegeVine Extends Series A To $6.7 Million

    CollegeVine Extends Series A To $6.7 Million Additional $3.6 Million in Financing from Morningside Technology Ventures, University Ventures and Silicon Valley Bank News provided by 06:00 ET Share this article CAMBRIDGE, Mass., April CollegeVine, an online guidance platform for high schoolers that provides mentorship, academic tutoring and college admissions guidance, has closed an additional $3 .6 million Series A funding round led by Morningside Technology Ventures ("Morningside"), with participation by University Ventures and Silicon Valley Bank. An extension of the $3.1 million round closed by the EdTech startup in Q4 2016, the new funding will be ...

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    1. Like all successful startups, the services of CollegeVine fulfill an unmet need in the market.
    2. With bookings coming in a bit faster than we had anticipated, and the need to accelerate related software development, we found it prudent to extend the round.
    3. As the economy and job market become increasingly competitive, it's more and more important to make good use of the high school and college years.
    4. The model has proven especially effective because CollegeVine's network of over 300 near-peer mentors can relate to their mentees on a personal level and are already on the campuses of the nation's top universities with access to real-time info and tools.