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NACAC in the News

Current Press Mentions:

Inside Higher Ed: The Justice Department Has Worsened College Admissions (June 13)

Forbes: Outlier.org Partners With Several Others To Offer Free College Prep Course (June 11)

Forbes: Be A College Admission Data Scientist (June 9)

PR Newswire: Outlier.org Partners with Amazon, Chromebook, NACAC, Jobs for the Future, and Other Mission-Aligned Organizations to Launch Free "College Success" Course (June 9)

Inside Higher Ed: A Radical Change for Admissions (June 6)

Forbes: College Admission: Data, Transparency, And Match (June 2)

ASAE: Three Ways to Better Serve Members—and Your Team (May 27)

Inside Higher Ed: Decline in Male, Black and Latino Students Planning on College (May 23)

US News: When to Apply to College (May 23)

 


Earlier Press Mentions:

Boston Globe: As affirmative action decision looms, colleges look for alternative ways to achieve diversity (May 22)

Times Higher Ed: The top three engagement challenges facing admissions teams and how to solve them (May 20)

Inside Higher Ed: Decline in Male, Black and Latino Students Planning on College (May 18)

Insight Into Diversity: The Negative Effects of Recent Anti-LGBTQ Legislation Spread to Higher Education (May 17)

NASDAQ: No SAT, No Problem? How Test-Optional Policies Are Changing College Admissions (May 17)

University Business: The priceless plan from 22 higher ed groups that might trump $1.7T student loan fix (May 17)

My Central Jersey: There's still time to apply to colleges for fall 2022 (May 14)

The Chronicle: This University Piloted Test-Optional Admissions. That Didn’t Last. (May 9)

Inside Higher Ed: How Colleges Are Filling Their Classes (May 9)

The Harvard Crimson: As Acceptance Rates Fall, Some Institutions Stop Publicizing Admissions Data (May 4)

Inside Higher Ed: Ethical College Admissions: MIT, Diamonds in the Rough and the Testing Culture Wars (May 2)

Inside Higher Ed: Poll Finds the Public Doesn’t Favor Affirmative Action (May 2)

The Sentinel: Juniors attend college fair to explore options after high school (Apr 29)

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