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The NACAC Assembly functions as a governing body that initiates, advises and provides consent on association and professional issues.

Assembly delegates are elected for three-year terms by the NACAC voting members in the Affiliates. The number of elected delegates is based on proportional representation according to the number of NACAC voting members from that affiliate.

The Assembly responsibilities include electing NACAC Board officers and directors, amending the CEPP: NACAC's Code of Ethics and Professional Practices, and making recommendations to the NACAC Board of Directors on association-related matters.

The Assembly meets annually at the NACAC National Conference and reports to the NACAC membership at the annual membership meeting.

Questions? Please contact governance@nacacnet.org.

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