NACAC has created a digital resource for colleges and universities to report how disciplinary actions related to activism will be factored into the admission process.
The tool, launched last week, was created in recognition that a number of students across the nation are organizing protests in response to the recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
So far, more than 200 colleges and universities have added their information to NACAC’s directory.
The digital resource is “designed to be an amplification of those who have already expressed a position, a call for institutions that have not done so to make such a statement, and a centralized resource for school counselors and families of those seeking more information,” according to a message sent to association members.
Colleges and universities can participate by filling out the survey. Please note, this survey should only completed by admission offices.
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