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Looking Forward: 2018 Board of Directors Election

Nominees for the NACAC Board of Directors

Meet the 2018 nominees running for positions on the NACAC Board of Directors. New board members will be elected by the Assembly during the national conference in Salt Lake City.

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NACAC President Comments on Justice Department Inquiry into Information Sharing Practices Related to Early Decision Programs

According to media reports, the department is examining some schools that may have shared lists of students accepted under such programs. NACAC has no additional information about what the government might be seeking or why. However, because this issue affects our members, we are monitoring the situation closely.

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NACAC Comments on Consolidated Appropriations Act

With Congress sending the fiscal year 2018 Consolidated Appropriations Act, which would fund most of the federal government until Oct. 1, to President Trump for his signature, the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) today offered its perspective on the legislation.

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NACAC Urges President Trump, Congress to Take Meaningful Steps to Address Gun Violence in Schools

Responding to the unprecedented wave of student activism in the wake of recent school shootings, the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) joined the urgent call for Congress and President Trump to take action on school violence.

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New Videos Help Students Prepare for National College Fairs

Will your students be attending a National College Fair this spring? A series of new videos from ...

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#NACACreads: Using Text Messages to Nudge College-Bound Students

Looking for ways to increase access and success in higher ed? Using new technologies to provide ...

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Counselor: Financial Aid Process Burdens Low-Income Students

Editor’s note: A version of this post was originally published on Admitted in March 2016. It’s being ...

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As the voice of the college admission counseling profession, NACAC advocates at the federal and state level for the interests of students and professionals in the college transition.

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