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Highlights From The State of College Admission Report

Chapter 1: College applications

Each year, US colleges and universities receive hundreds of thousands of applications from first-time domestic students, transfer students, and students from abroad. Key findings concerned application volume, acceptance, and yield rates.

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NACAC Study: School Counselors Have a Positive Impact on College Access

Students who meet one-on-one with a school counselor are significantly more likely to attend college and apply for federal financial aid.

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New Guide Highlights Options for US Students Seeking Degrees Abroad

NACAC’s Guide to International University Admission features country profiles and admission how-tos for nine destinations that have proven popular among US students seeking full degrees outside their home country.

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NACAC Proudly Recognizes International Education Week (IEW)

NACAC, along with the more than 4,450 high schools and universities that it serves, is proud to recognize IEW.

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FAFSA Changes

Applying for Financial Aid Doesn’t Have to Be Scary

New changes coming to the FAFSA— the Free Application for Federal Student Aid required to receive federal aid -- make it easier than ever to secure the money you need for college. Learn more about these changes.

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