This seminar series is a year-long extension of NACAC’s Guiding the Way to Inclusion, DEI-focused conference and furthers NACAC’s mission to support counseling professionals in their work to make a postsecondary education accessible to an ever-changing, diverse body of students.

The basics: 

  • Intended audience: Secondary counseling and postsecondary admission professionals looking to expand their knowledge in issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion in college admission counseling.
  • Cost: $75-$125 per seminar.
    • Cost is dependent on NACAC membership status.
    • A 20 percent discount is available for offices of four or more participants registering for the same course.
  • Estimated completion time: 90 minutes per seminar.
    • Participants have six months to access and complete the seminar(s).
  • Upon completion: A completion certificate for each seminar.

Seminar descriptions and registration: 

Each seminar in this series covers a timely topic that directly impacts the work of secondary and postsecondary college admission counseling professionals. In addition, you will also gain access to helpful resources that you can use immediately in your daily work.  

Recording now available!

How Can Schools Improve AAPI Adolescents’ Mental Health?

Recorded February 20, 2024

Recording now available!

Physical / Sensory Disabilities and College

Recorded April 23, 2024

Mitigating Bias in Recommendation Letters

September 10, 2024
2:00 – 3:30 pm ET

Info on this session coming soon

PLEASE NOTE: All requests to switch cohorts, extend course access (by one month) or changes to course registrations will be subject to a $50 processing fee per person/per course. No refunds will be processed.

Cost: 

Price to attend an upcoming seminar or access it on-demand:

  • $75 for NACAC members*
  • $125 for nonmembers

A 20 percent discount is available for offices of four or more participants registering for the same course. If your office would qualify for this discount, contact customer service for a promo code prior to registration. 

*Unsure if you are a NACAC member? You may be eligible through your school or organization’s membership. Contact customer service for more information.

Questions? 

For purchasing and billing questions, please email customerservice@nacacnet.org.For questions about the course, please email pd@nacacnet.org. 

The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 5242. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. NACAC is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.

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