September 27 - 29, 2018
Salt Palace Convention Center, Salt Lake City, UT
"NACAC's 74th National Conference heads to Salt Lake City this fall! Make plans to attend this preeminent annual gathering of over 7,500 counseling and admission professionals. Get ready to network, learn the latest admission news and research in cutting-edge education sessions, and hear from inspiring speakers." Registration now open.
More Information & Registration: www.nacacconference.org
Many college fairs through September 2018
Visit with students in North Dakota! Details & dates below!
More Information: https://dacacnd.com/index.php
NACAC created the Emerging Admission Professionals (EAP) initiative for those with 0-3 years of experience in college admission. EAP engages admission professionals through educational sessions and networking opportunities with seasoned professionals from NACAC and its local affiliates.
Educational sessions take place in conjunction with National College Fairs in the spring and fall and are free to attend for both NACAC members and nonmembers.
For information on which College Fairs this initiative will be hosted at, visit: https://www.nacacnet.org/professional-development/emerging-admission-professonals/
The PNACAC Annual Conference is our organization’s premier professional development opportunity bringing together over 300 individuals who share our goal. Through workshops, educational sessions, shared interest group conversations, counseling and enrollment professionals gain new knowledge and a revived enthusiasm to improve the opportunities for students across our five states.
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More Information! > http://www.pnacac.org/conference
From spring college fairs all over the U.S., to international college fairs, to art- or trade-specific fairs, make sure to check out NACAC's recruitment opportunities this spring!
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"NACAC created the Emerging Admission Professionals (EAP) initiative for those with 0-3 years of experience in college admission. EAP engages admission professionals through educational sessions and networking opportunities with seasoned professionals from NACAC and its local affiliates."
"Educational sessions take place in conjunction with National College Fairs in the spring and fall and are free to attend."
">Registration is now open for fall EAP programs."
Information Source | https://www.nacacnet.org/professional-development/emerging-admission-professonals/
NACAC’s national conference is a dynamic education and networking event held annually to build relationships among college admission counseling professionals, higher education thought leaders, national policymakers, and others who support students and families in the transition from high school to college. It is the only event of its kind to bring together professionals from both sides of the college admission desk.
At the profession’s preeminent education and networking event:
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Share your professional expertise with the attendees at the 2017 National Conference by submitting an educational session to the 2017 Call for Proposals by January 9, 2017.
Proposals can be submitted in the following format: 75 minute Educational Session, 75 minute interactive Tech Lab, 30 minute Learning Lounge. Presentations submitted must be complete. Fields marked "TBD" will not be reviewed and will immediately get denied.
Submit to the Call for Proposals today!
NACAC 2017 Annual Conference Call for Proposals > |
Enrolling international students has school-wide implications. It is important to evaluate campus readiness for hosting international students, student support services, and administrative processes to ensure that international students are supported and able to succeed at your school.
NACAC provides tips and food for thought in a variety of topics such as: international student orientation, family communication and outreach, housing, academic support, social and cultural integration, and more....
Information source: https://www.nacacnet.org/knowledge-center/international/CounselorToolkit/accordion-test-page-2w3/fit35324/
Hosted by AACRAO, the College Board, & NACAC
This is a joint 3-part webinar series to provide information and resources to college admission officers, with focus on the recent changes to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This series aims to help admissions officers better understand the move to an earlier submission date.
You may register for free and watch anytime by clicking each webinar's respective link below.
Part 1: Prepping for Prior-Prior Year: Key Questions for Admission Offices
Developed to help identify opportunities, challenges, and factors to consider to assure a successful transition. Real-life examples from colleagues across the country are also shared. (58 minutes in length)
Part 2: Essential Information for "Road Warriors": Helping Admission Staff Talk with Students and Families about the 2017-2018 FAFSA (Registration required [free])
Admission recruiters are often the first point of contact with families regarding the financial aid process. The 2017 – 2018 FAFSA will be available in October 2016 and recent changes (Prior-Prior Year / Early FAFSA) have created questions and concerns. In order to effectively communicate these changes to this population, admission staff need to be adequately prepared before they hit the road. In this webinar, presenters will discuss best practices in preparing admission officers to speak about early FAFSA to students and families. (1 hour in length)
Part 3: Practical Implications for the 2017-2018 FAFSA on Admission and Enrollment Management Offices (Registration required [free])
In this third and final webinar, you will receive the latest update from a Department of Education, Federal Student Aid representative on the issue, as well as a review of an AACRAO Sixty Second Survey on institutional responses to the changes. You will also hear from presenters who will discuss how their offices are handling the changes. (1 hour in length)
Summary: Financial Aid Need To Know
New changes are 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 in this one-minute video from the NACAC Annual Conference (Sept 2016): Financial Aid doesn't have to be scary! Share with your students!
October 1-3, 2015
San Diego Convention Center
San Diego, CA
For more information, visit: http://www.nacacnet.org/events/2015nationalconference/Pages/default.aspx
68th National Conference