NACAC in the News

Current Press Mentions:

Grown and Flown: How Do You Visit Colleges Without Leaving Home? (Feb 23)

Concord Monitor: The College Guy: Do admissions officers check your social media posts? (Feb 22)

Rivetica: Higher Ed Professional Development: Conferences vs. Admissions Training (Feb 22)

Hechinger Report: As admissions season descends, warning signs appear for low-income applicants (Feb 19)

5 On Your Side: MU extends test-optional admissions for another year (Feb 19)

Cannon College Counseling: Summer Enrichment (Feb 19)

Wake Forest Law Review: Testing for an Antitrust Investigation: Why the Decision to Remove College Admissions Requirements Raises Anticompetitive Questions (Feb 18)

Scoir: The State of College Admissions with David Hawkins of NACAC (Feb 17)

Iridescent: Is College Worth it? – Higher Education with Carey Cimino (Feb 15)

India Forbes: The SAT fails its biggest test (Feb 13)

The Pie News: US institution partnerships with agents “growing”, survey suggests (Feb 18)

The Bedford Citizen: Visiting Colleges in a Pandemic – Plan B (Feb 17)

Inside Higher Ed: Is Stanford Letting In Too Many Wealthy Students? (Feb 16)

The Edvocate: The Universal Application Vs. The Common Application (Feb 16)  

International College Counselors: Make Your Summers Shine on College Applications (Feb 15)

USU Eastern Eagle: Today’s higher ed news from throughout the country (Feb 10) 

Earlier Press Mentions:

The State of College Admissions: The State of College Admissions with David Hawkins of NACAC (Feb 9)

WACAC: Student And Parent Perspectives On Applying During COVID (Feb 9)

Yahoo News: 12 Test Prep Tips for SAT and ACT Takers (Feb 9)

International College Counselors: How to Select the Best High School Courses (Feb 8)

The Knight Crier: It’s time to do away with class rank (Feb 8)

The Samohi: Colleges should continue to waive the SAT and ACT after COVID-19 (Feb 7)

Coffman Consulting: It is spring of your junior year…so what should you be doing? (Feb 6)

Scot Scoop: Online college fairs provide guidance for students (Feb 5)

The Harvard Crimson: Admissions Experts Unsurprised by Elimination of SAT Subject Tests and Essay (Feb 4)

The Bedford Citizen: College Admissions in a Pandemic World (Feb 3)

The Stanford Daily: What does the shift to test-optional admissions mean for educational equity? (Feb 2)

Government Accountability Project: Letter to Congress on Student and Taxpayer Protections (Feb 2)

Chicago Tribune: Bradshaw: If put on college waitlist, put in the effort to follow a college’s instructions for essays, recommendation letters (Feb 2)

Forbes: America Needs More School Counselors (Feb 1)

The Philadelphia Inquirer: With testing requirements relaxed, applications soar at selective colleges (Jan 31)

New River Valley News: Local college/university staff receive national award (Jan 30)

Higher Ed Dive: Colleges get a crash course in digital recruiting during the pandemic (Jan 29)

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