Just-released data from US Citizenship and Immigration Services provides more information about the young people currently enrolled in the federal Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Professor Shaun Harper, executive director of the University of Southern California’s Race & Equity Center, served as the keynote speaker at NACAC’s 2017 National Conference in Boston.
Watch (or re-watch) the speech and read NACAC CEO Joyce Smith’s reflections on Harper’s message.
Students who earned their bachelor’s degree from an online for-profit college are less likely to find success in the job market, research shows.
Such applicants were 22 percent less likely than their counterparts from non-selective public institutions to receive a call back when applying for positions that required a business degree, according to a study published in 2016 by the American Economic Review.
Want to increase the number of US adults who hold bachelor’s degrees?
One former college president is urging legislators to offer financial incentives to adult students who wish to return to school.
One in five Americans between the ages of 25 and 64 started college but have not finished, Sanford J. Ungar wrote in a Washington Post op-ed published last month.
The 73rd Annual National Conference in Boston came to a close Saturday, complete with a rocking social at the House of Blues.
Thanks to all of our attendees, sponsors, exhibitors, speakers, and staff that made this incredible conference possible.
Day 2 of the 73rd NACAC National Conference in Boston was filled with informative sessions, networking, the Counselors’ College Fair, and fun in the Exhibit Hall.
The sun has set on the first day of the 73rd Annual NACAC National Conference and social media was abuzz with tales from the day.
Here’s a quick snapshot of what went down in Boston on Thursday, Sept. 14, Day 1 of the conference.
NACAC’s newly updated Guide to International University Admission features country profiles and admission how-tos for 11 destinations that have proven popular among US students seeking full degrees outside their home country.
NACAC extends its deepest sympathies to colleagues, students, and others in Texas, Florida, and other areas who have been affected by the catastrophic rains and dangerous floodwaters caused by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
President Trump announced this week that the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program will end in six months.
Since 2012, DACA has provided deportation relief to undocumented youth who came to the country before the age of 16, as long as they met certain criteria.
NACAC was among several education organizations to speak out against Trump’s decision. In a statement released on Tuesday, the association said the move to eliminate DACA was a “regressive step that hurts many of America’s brightest, most vulnerable youth.”