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Admission Practices

The Admission Practices Committee reviews and recommends amendments to NACAC's Guide to Ethical Practice in College Admission and related documents to the Assembly and advises the NACAC board of directors and makes recommendations for professional development and other programming on ethical practice. . Contact this committee.

Aaron Salasek, Chair
Inver Hills Community College (MN)

Stacey Cunitz
Crefeld School (PA)
 
Matt Lane
The Branson School (CA)

Jennifer Machacek
Ripon College (WI​)

Christine Murphy
St. Joseph's College (NY)

Jonah O'Hara
St. Stephen's Episcopal School (TX)

John Wilkerson
Indiana University Bloomington


 


Committee Update 2020


The Department of Justice investigation into NACAC’s Code of Ethics and Professional Practices (CEPP) and the resulting consent decree led us to evaluate the CEPP and weigh the risks to the association for continuing to uphold this as a mandatory document enforced by NACAC and its affiliates.

In March, the NACAC Board of Directors decided that it would be in the best interest of the association to create a “best practices” document that maintained the values and ethical practices of the current CEPP but did not establish mandatory practices. The Board of Directors charged the NACAC AP Committee with creating the new best practices document.

In response, the committee drafted the new Guide to Ethical Practice in College Admission, which was delivered to the board for their approval at their June 2020 meeting. 

This draft was then reviewed and commented on by the Affiliate Presidents Council, other association leaders, and the entire membership before ultimately being presented to the assembly delegates for their approval.

Thanks to everyone involved for helping the association to navigate this important decision.

NACAC's Guide to Ethical Practice in College Admission

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  • NACAC’s Guide to Ethical Practice in College Admission

    NACAC’s Guide to Ethical Practice in College Admission reflects the association’s long-standing commitment to principled conduct among professionals who support students in the college transition process from secondary school to postsecondary education and in the transfer process between postsecondary institutions.

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