College visits can play a big role in determining a student’s best fit school.
But if college-bound students want to get the most out of these campus experiences, there are a few things they need to consider.
offers some tips to help students prepare. Teen Vogue
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The 2018 National Conference last week left an impression on many attendees, and most importantly, it left an impression on our new NACAC President Stefanie Niles.
Niles chatted with
Platform Q Education’s Gil Rogers in a livestream Thursday afternoon about her takeaways for the conference and her goals for her presidential year and the years ahead.
“There’s a lot to do,” she said. “A lot in higher education that we are going to have to do to continue to make this experience most accessible to students.”
Continue reading Video: NACAC President Stefanie Niles Talks About Conference Takeaways and Her Goals for the Year
Missing the 2018 National Conference already? We’ve got you covered.
Join PlatformQ Education and NACAC on Thursday at 2 p.m. ET for an exclusive conversation and #nacac18 round-up with new NACAC President Stefanie Niles.
We’ll be discussing goals for Niles’ presidential term, key takeaways from the conference, and ways college admission professionals can take what they learned and use it back home.
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The 74th Annual National Conference in Salt Lake City came to a close Saturday, complete with more amazing sessions, a spirited Membership Meeting and a rocking social.
Thanks to all of our attendees, sponsors, exhibitors, speakers, and staff that made this incredible conference possible.
Continue reading #NACAC18: Day 3 on Social Media
Day 2 of the 74th NACAC National Conference in Salt Lake City was filled with Meet Your Match, informative sessions, networking, and the Counselors’ College Fair.
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The sun has set on the first day of the 74th Annual NACAC National Conference and our #nacac18 social media feeds were on fire!
Here’s a quick snapshot of what went down in Salt Lake City on Thursday, Sept. 27, Day 1 of the conference.
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NACAC’s 74th National Conference in Salt Lake City kicks off in just a few days and there are so many ways to get involved. As the social media manager for NACAC I might be a little bit biased, but I think getting involved with the conference on social media is a great way to meet new people and ensure you don’t miss a moment of the action.
Check out my top five tips to get the most out of your national conference social media experience.
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High school seniors are sending out more and more college applications each year and NACAC members have some advice for students who want to make their applications stand out in the growing pile.
Extracurriculars are a big buzzword on college applications, but Craig Meister, director of college counseling at Oxbridge Academy (FL), urges students to look beyond just their school’s offerings.
Get involved in your larger community. Don’t count out after-school jobs or even taking care of your siblings.
Continue reading Application Advice for College-Bound Students
Have questions about the 2018 National Conference in Salt Lake City?
Whether you are a first-time attendee who wants to know the ropes or a seasoned veteran who wants to share in the pre-conference excitement, we have the line-up for you.
Continue reading Know Before You Go: Webinars, Twitter Chats, and More to Help You Prep for #nacac18
Everyone has advice for college-bound students, yet the tips and tricks are heard much less frequently as a student goes through their college journey.
#NACACreads author Frank Bruni wants everyone to know “how a student goes to school matters much, much more than where.”
Continue reading Students: Making the Most of Your College Years