Trusted Sources: Paying for College
NACAC has compiled this list of trusted, up-to-date sources for professionals working with students.
Barriers to Successfully Financing a College Education
Examining the role of secondary school counselors and college admission professionals in supporting student decision-making related to paying for college.
Financial Aid Basics: What Students & Families Need to Know
Good information can go a long way when helping students make the right college choice. Download this new presentation and use it when meeting with students and parents, and share it with your colleagues.
These three handouts are designed to highlight the value of a college degree, showcase the true cost of college, and break down borrowing options.Learn More
NACAC Opposes Trump 2020 Budget Proposal
President Trump’s proposed fiscal year 2020 budget withdraws needed support for education and other critical programs that help ensure our nation’s students are ready to succeed in tomorrow’s economy, the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC), said today.Learn More
Student Access to College Counseling
NACAC conducted an extensive study in the Fall of 2017, including a literature review, a series of focus groups, and three national surveys, with support from PwC’s Access Your Potential commitment.Learn More
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Application Fee Waiver
Students who have limited financial resources and meet the requirements below may use the NACAC Request for Application Fee Waiver Form when applying for college.Read More
College Costs: Knowledge is Power for Applicants
Getting an early start—especially when it comes to decoding financial aid options—can help you in your college search.Read More