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A Successful Launch of Overseas ACAC’s Regional Institutes
​​The start of another school year is upon us, and this time of year always energizes us as we welcome back many of our students and say “hello” to so many new ones. Personally, I love this time for it reminds us why we are all so passionate about the work we do.

I’ve just returned from Shanghai, China, and a most successful launch of Overseas ACAC’s regional institutes as we all work toward educating and informing more globally-minded admission professionals. The purpose of this event is not unlike our work domestically—calling admission and counseling professionals together to discuss ethical principles and best practices in working with students and families. Read more.

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The Summer 2015 Journal of College Admission has Arrived!

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Brave New World: How Test-Optional Policies Could (and Should) Change College Admission​

Appreciative Admission Counseling: What It Is and How to Get Started​

 

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