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.
Heard about NACAC’s new membership model, but not sure what it means for you?
We’ll be broadcasting via Facebook Live at noon on Wednesday, Sept. 5 with NACAC President David Burge and Kim Johnston, NACAC’s director of membership, affiliate relations, and governance.
Tune in to learn what NACAC members will be voting on at the national conference and how the model will make it easier to join NACAC, increase the diversity of the association, and expand access to our resources to more college admission professionals.
Common App’s announcement is a shift in policy. The question has been asked since 2006. Common App last reviewed the policy in March 2017 and decided to keep the question.
“Our focus is always on serving the needs of members, students, and counselors. We believe this change provides members with the greatest flexibility and is most responsive to the evolving landscape around this issue. As the conversation around criminal history continues, we will keep monitoring it to ensure we support the needs of our membership,” Common App President and CEO Jenny Rickard wrote in the announcement of the new policy.