NACAC in the News

Current Press Mentions:

Inside Higher Ed: Veterans' ed law could impact international recruitment (Oct 20)

Washington Post: A Crusade to End Grading in High Schools (Oct 20)

Inside Higher Ed: Unions may have a new target: admissions workers (Oct 18)

Open Campus: New legislation would allow U.S. colleges to continue incentive-based student recruiting overseas (Oct 18)

Inside Higher Ed: NCAA Task Force Recommends Ending SAT/ACT Requirement (Oct 18)

Grown & Flown: The Two Crucial Aspects of College Admissions that Parents Must Be Part Of (Oct 16)

UConn Today: UConn Admissions Director Vern Granger Tapped to Lead National Professional Association (Oct 14)

Earlier Press Mentions:

The Chronicle: Virtual Tours Could Get More First-Generation Students to College. Here’s What They Want to See. (Oct 6)

Seattle Magazine: Sponsored | How COVID-19 Changed College Admissions (Oct 6)

Today: How important are class grades in college admissions? Experts weigh in (Sept 28)

Inside Higher Ed: NACAC Broadens Its Mission (Sept 27)

Inside NJ: Congressman Kim Introduces Bipartisan Bills to Improve Transparency in Student Financial Aid (Sept 27)

Inside Higher Ed: Veterans’ Ed Law May Have Consequences for Foreign Recruiting (Sept 20)

Higher Ed Dive: NACAC chief executive announces a new mission and vision statement (Sept 23)

University Business: The 6 areas that are essential in supporting international students (Sept 17)

Higher Ed Dive: Will the SAT and ACT ever be removed from the U.S. News rankings? (Sept 16)

Inside Higher Ed: 'U.S. News' Makes Modest Tweak in Methodology (Sept 13)

The Chronicle: ‘U.S. News’ Keeps ACT and SAT Scores in the Mix — for Now (Sept 13)

Medscape: Getting Your Child Into the Right School: Should You Hire a College Admissions Counselor? (Sept 1)

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