NACAC’s Code of Ethics and Professional Practices
NACAC develops and adopts policy statements to guide the work of the organization and to maintain high standards of integrity and practice among its members to better serve students.
The Compliance Center
The Compliance Center provides information on federal laws and regulations pertaining to the work of NACAC members.
Data Security for Higher Education
NACAC has compiled this list of data security resources for higher education to help institutions protect student data and confidential information.
A New Ethical Compass
In his latest column, NACAC President Todd Rinehart discusses the association's change from a code to a guide for determining standards of ethical professional behavior. "We no longer have a mandatory rulebook that is monitored and enforced. What we do have is a compass... the Guide to Ethical Practice in College Admission." He goes on to note the challenge of determining true north starts with the question, "Is this good for students?".Learn More
Is it Time to Rethink Standardized Testing in College Admission?
In these unprecedented and uncertain times, NACAC President Jayne Caflin Fonash encourages college admission counselors and professionals to double down on one objective above all others: to help students and families navigate this continuously shifting terrain and make decisions about enrollment for this coming fall, and the years immediately ahead.Learn More
Non-NACAC Publication Excerpt Policy
The NACAC Journal of College Admission welcomes excerpts from works revolving around college admission counseling.Learn More
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