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Guiding the Way to Inclusion (GWI)

July 29-August 01, 2018 | Washington, DC

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Registration is now open! We can't wait to see you in Washington, DC.

Educational Sessions

GWI offers plenty of educational opportunities. Check out this year's sessions and start planning your conference experience today!

Travel Information

When booking your travel, don't forget to check out the discounts that some airlines are giving GWI attendees!

Guiding the Way to Inclusion (GWI) offers enrollment and admission professionals an opportunity to explore issues pertaining to campus diversity and multicultural recruitment. This workshop promotes in-depth understanding of college enrollment processes, as well as personal and professional growth. 

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Follow @NACACedu on Twitter and use #NACACGWI to stay connected! Also consider joining our group on Facebook: NACAC Guiding the Way to Inclusion (GWI), as it allows attendees to connect with each other prior to and following the conference. There will be ongoing opportunities to participate in GWI social media challenges and win fun prizes.

What Attendees Are Saying

"GWI has been a refreshing and comforting program to be a part of. With its intimate size, great personal and professional connections can be formed with other colleagues who are strong advocates for the advancement of professionals and students who are underserved and, at times, overlooked." --Andre Richburg, Executive Director, Enrollment Management, Northampton Community College (PA)

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Schedule

Eager to plan your GWI travel? Take a look at the 2018 schedule to help you plan your trip.

Meet the Faculty

Learn more about the committee's thoughtful planning to ensure GWI is an energizing and valuable experience with tangible takeaways for college admission professionals.

Hotel Information

GWI participants are eligible for a discounted hotel rate if they choose to stay at The Westin Georgetown.