NACAC in the News

Teen Vogue: NACAC Board Member Bob Bardwell advises high school seniors on what to do after receiving their college acceptance letters. (March 31) 

Associations Now: The full AACRAO and NACAC study on international student recruitment was released. It found that there have been significant drops in international student applications to American universities. (March 31) 

The Hill: NACAC’s Michael Rose writes about the "ounce of prevention" the federal government can take to protect students (and taxpayer dollars) when it comes to making informed choices about enrolling in college.  (April 3)

Washingtonian: Zakiya Smith, who serves on NACAC’s Board of Directors, was honored on Washingtonian magazine’s “40 Under 40” list for her work at the Lumina Foundation. (April 5) 

The Chronicle of Higher Education: A regional accreditor is considering a policy change that would prevent colleges in its region from paying commissions to agents to recruit international students. NACAC’s own policy on the issue is referenced in the piece and is currently considered the industry standard. (April 5) 

Diverse: NACAC Members Ka’rin Thornburg, Jennifer Desjarlais, Ashley Pallie, and Quinton McAuthur are all featured in an article about giving prospective students a more authentic look at campus life. The Diverse article is adapted from NACAC’s spring edition of The Journal of College Admission. (April 16) 

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