LGBTQ students are often faced with a unique set of challenges and considerations throughout their college search and application process.
Foreign and Refugee Students
Since taking office in January 2017, the Trump administration has made several decisions that will impact the ability of foreign nationals to pursue higher education studies in the United States. Learn more about these decisions.
Find resources on supporting veterans through the college admission process.
President's Column: Reflecting on the 40th Annual Guiding the Way to Inclusion
NACAC President Stefanie Niles shares her takeaways from the 40th annual Guiding the Way to Inclusion conference, held in late July in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.Learn More
NACAC Urges Student Protections, Support in Wake of Alaska Budget Crisis
NACAC encourages all who work with Alaska’s students, including school counselors, independent educational consultants, and higher education institutions inside and outside of Alaska, to ensure that students’ best interests remain a primary consideration.Learn More
NACAC Applauds Passage of Legislation Intended to Help Undocumented Students
NACAC applauded the US House of Representatives Tuesday for passing HR 6, the American Dream and Promise Act. This legislation would allow qualified undocumented individuals to remain legally in the United States, and thus able to attend college, providing them with the stability they have been denied since the current administration tried to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.Learn More
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