NACAC Webinars

webinar01.jpgWebinars provide professional development opportunities for college admission professionals--secondary, postsecondary and otherwise--outside of the NACAC National Conference and workshops. NACAC webinars are approximately one hour each and are available for live viewing or by accessing on-demand content, which will be available for one year after the broadcast date.

NACAC knows how crucial insight about the ever-changing landscape of college admission is to enhancing your everyday work. NACAC members now have complimentary access to our webinars. This content is critical to the preparation and development of students as they pursue postsecondary education. Nonmembers will also have access to webinar content for $30 per webinar. Specific webinars are open access, so please check individual webinars for full details.

Audience: NACAC webinars provide professional development for all of NACAC's membership. Please check individual webinars and descriptions to determine if the webinar is of interest to you.
The Summer Academy webinar series is geared towards secondary school and independent college counselors assisting students in the college preparation and application process.

The Executive Virtual Forum series features FREE webinars for enrollment management and admission professionals who are engaged or interested in international recruitment.
 

Continuing Education Units

Earn Continuing Education Units ​(CEUs) by watching select live or on-demand webinars. Please visit individual webinar webpages to determine if a webinar is eligible for CEUs.
 
The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) is a National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP™) and may offer NBCC-approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. NACAC solely is responsible for all aspects of these programs.​​​​

We Want You to Present

​​​If you have an interest in presenting a webinar or ideas for content, visit our Open Call for Proposals​. For additional information, contact Crystal Newby, assistant director of education and training.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

 

 Upcoming Webinars

 

Scheduled, live webinars, hosted by NACAC, will be limited to the first 95 participants who register. You can access on-demand webinar content 24/7 by visiting the other tabs on this page.

Proficient Means Prepared: New Assessments of College Readiness
Date: Friday, September 11, 2015
Time: 3:00 p.m. EDT / 12:00 p.m. PDT
Target Audience: Secondary and postsecondary college admission counselors
Cost: FREE

Counselors and the Redesigned Assessments: New Official SAT Practice Tools on KhanAcademy.org
Date: Monday, September 21, 2015
Time: 1:00 p.m. EDT / 10:00 a.m. PDT
Target Audience: Secondary school or CBO-based counselors, independent educational consultants
Cost: FREE

Financial Literacy: Concepts and Resources to Help Families Make the Best Financial Decisions
Date: Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Time: 1:00 p.m. EST / 10:00 a.m. PST
Target Audience: Secondary school or CBO-based counselors, independent educational consultants
Cost: FREE

What’s New with FAFSA
Date: Wednesday, December 2, 2015
Time: 1:00 p.m. EDT / 10:00 a.m. PDT
Target Audience: Secondary school or CBO-based counselors, independent educational consultants
Cost: FREE

 

 On Demand Webinars

 

On demand webinars provide timely, relevant professional development 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Gather your colleagues and enjoy the convenience of on demand programming.

Demystifying the Community College Transfer Pathway
Date: May 2015
Target Audience: College admission professionals, secondary college counselors
Cost: FREE for members/$30 for nonmembers

Northwestern Michigan College: A Case Study in Revolutionizing the Two-year College Admission Department​
Date: 
April 2015
Target Audience: College admission professionals, secondary college counselors
Cost: FREE for members and nonmembers​

Understanding Financial Aid Award Letters​
Date:
 April 2015
Target Audience: Secondary counselors, college admission counselors, and anyone else interested in reading and understanding financial aid award letters
Cost: Free for members/$30 for nonmembers​

Working with Third-Party Service Providers for Admission and Recruitment Needs​
Date: March 2015
Target Audience: Admission counselors, vendors, and anyone else interested in the relationship between third-party service providers and college admission offices
Cost: Free for members/$30 for nonmembers

Premier Partnerships: What Happens When a College and a Community Based Organization are the Perfect Match
Date: February 2015
Target Audience: Secondary counselors, CBOs, college admission counselors, and anyone else interested in creating partnerships with CBOs
Cost: Free for members/$30 for nonmembers

Financial Literacy: Concepts and Resources to Help Families Make the Best Financial Decisions​
Date: January 2015
Target Audience: School counselors, independent educational consultants, college admission counselors, parents, and anyone else wanting to learn more about financial literacy.
Cost: Free for members and nonmembers

What's New with the FAFSA?​
Date: December 2014
Target Audience: School counselors, independent educational consultants, college admission counselors, parents, and anyone else wanting to learn more about the FAFSA.
Cost: Free for members and nonmembers​

NCAA Eligibility Center: Overview and Updates
Date: November 2014
Target Audience: School counselors, independent educational consultants, college admission counselors, parents, and anyone else wanting to learn more about updates from the NCAA Eligibility Center.
Cost: Free for members/$30 for nonmembers

The Common Application: Fall 2014 Updates​
Date:
 October 2014
Target Audience: School counselors, independent educational consultants, college admission counselors, parents, and anyone else wanting to learn more about updates to the Common Application.
Cost: FREE for members and nonmembers

I Want to Study in Australia
Date: October 2014
Target Audience: School counselors, independent educational consultants, parents and anyone else wanting to learn more about pursuing higher education in Australia
Cost: Free for members/$30 for nonmembers​

Test Optional Admission Processes​
Date:
 October 2014
Target Audience: School counselors, independent educational consultants, college admission counselors, parents, and anyone else wanting to learn more about test optional admission processes
Cost: Free for members/$30 for nonmembers