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Looking Forward: 2018 Board of Directors Election

Meet the Nominees for the NACAC Board of Directors

This month the nominees answer the question, "Explain how your experience prepares you for board service, and how you will use your experience on the Board of Directors." New board members will be elected by the Assembly at the national conference in Salt Lake City.

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NACAC College Openings Update: Space, Financial Aid, and Housing Still Available for Fall 2018

Many colleges and universities still have openings, financial aid, and housing available to qualified freshman and/or transfer students for the Fall 2018 semester, according to the NACAC's annual College Openings Update.

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NACAC Survey: Colleges Report Transfer Students are Crucial to Enrollment Goals

More than two-thirds of US colleges view transfer students as considerably important in meeting enrollment goals, according to the 14th annual edition of NACAC’s State of College Admission report.

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Report: School Counselors Continue to Grapple with Large Caseloads

School counselors in American public schools currently serve an average of 482 students, a caseload nearly twice the recommended maximum of 250.

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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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