Menu

Newsroom

​Learn about the latest trends in college admission and connect with NACAC experts.

Read the Admitted Blog

In Case You Missed It

Research Finds Counselors Well Informed about Community College

High school counselors generally feel prepared to advise students about community colleges and believe these institutions offer relatively easy application and enrollment processes, according to new findings from the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC). However, the research showed that many counselors feel less knowledgeable about local college transfer policies and for-profit college comparisons.

Learn More

The Latest News

NACAC E-Learning Course on Advising Student-Athletes Now Available

The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) has released The Counselor’s Guide to the Student-Athlete Advising Process, the latest addition to its e-learning course library.

Learn More

NACAC CEO Joyce E. Smith to Retire in 2020

The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) today announced the pending retirement of CEO Joyce E. Smith after 30 years of service to the association and 44 years in the college admission profession.

Learn More

College Openings Update 2019

More than 400 colleges and universities still have openings, financial aid, and housing available to qualified freshman and/or transfer students for the Fall 2019 semester, according to the National Association for College Admission Counseling.

Learn More
Join our press list!

For assistance with interviews, images, or information, contact:

Shanda Ivory Director of Communications 703-299-6803
Pam McKeta Associate Director of Communications 703-299-6807

New From the Admitted Blog

HEA Update: Standardized Financial Aid Letters Proposed

Financial aid award letters have long been a topic of conversation within the college admission ...

Learn More

International, First-Generation Student Experience Inspires Online Platform

There are many issues and challenges facing international and first-generation college students in ...

Learn More

Survey: ‘Lack of Clear Pathways’ Barrier to Community College Transfer

Community college presidents are still concerned that a lack of clear pathways for community college ...

Learn More
Subscribe to the Admitted Blog

New From NACAC

Financial Aid 101 eLearning Course

This self-paced, foundational program offers two-and-a-half hours of lively, engaging learning. It’s a comprehensive introduction to a subject that grows more important every day.

Watch the video

Tweets from #nacac TWITTER

NACAC in Action

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.

View our letters