Recorded Wednesday, April 5, 2023

A six-part webinar series to demonstrate new approaches to cultivating diversity and equity in the college admission process and enhance conversations among college admission counseling professionals to prepare for a possible adverse ruling from the Supreme Court in the SFFA v. Harvard/UNC race-conscious admission cases. The webinar series is designed to share research-informed, promising practices from institutions and schools, including a focus on practices in states currently practicing “race-neutral” admissions. A curricular guide will be provided, including segments from The Playbook (2d ed.); relevant amicus briefs filed before the U.S. Supreme Court (filed by the University of Michigan and UC System Leaders); and published research reports (to be named).

Webinar 2: Eliminating Barriers

Field-leading experts, admission officers and school counselors will discuss barriers to achieving equity in admissions, and strategies for eliminating those hurdles. Areas of focus will include a discussion of the uses of standardized tests; early decision rules; and legacy admissions.


  • Mamie Voight, President & CEO, Institute of Higher Education Policy
  • Robert Gould, Vice President for Strategic Enrollment Management, Augsburg University
  • Moderator: David Hawkins, Chief Education and Policy Officer, NACAC

Price: Members: Free / Nonmembers $50