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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 Expresses Support for Aim Higher Act

The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) expressed its support today for the Aim Higher Act, expected to be introduced by US Rep. Robert Scott (D-VA-3) to reauthorize the Higher Education Act.

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NACAC Weighs in on Judicial Nominations

With the United States Senate considering several judicial nominations, including that of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court of the United States, the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) outlined the qualities it believes nominees should have to be confirmed.

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NACAC Opposes Trump Administration’s Effort to Undermine Race-Conscious Admission Policies

NACAC is firmly opposed to any effort to undermine the ability of colleges and universities to consider, in a limited and careful manner, race and ethnicity when making college admission decisions.

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Campus Work Programs Could Help Expand Access

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#NACACreads: Help Shape Our Upcoming Discussion

Do too many students lack a sense of control over their lives and their futures? And if so, how does ...

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Women’s Colleges See Yield Increases

Some women’s colleges are reporting especially high yield rates this year, according to a recent ...

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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.

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