New Year, new clothes – isn’t that how the saying goes?
Wondering how you can play a role in NACAC’s advocacy efforts?
We’ll be broadcasting via Facebook Live on Tuesday, Jan 22 with Jim Fowler, NACAC Government Relations Committee chair and vice president for enrollment management at Salve Regina University (RI). Tune in at noon ET to learn more about the work of the Government Relations Committee, Fowler’s journey to his role as chair, and NACAC’s policy priorities.
Our members are movers and shakers. From landing new jobs to publishing books about the admission process, NACAC members were busy in the fourth quarter of 2018.
Check out their accomplishments!
Enjoying winter break?
So are we. NACAC offices are closed Dec. 24 through Jan. 1.
Check back for a new post on Jan. 2. Until then, enjoy these top stories from 2018.
Haven’t found the perfect gift for your admission colleagues yet?
The 2018 NACAC Gift Guide is here to help you spread holiday cheer now and throughout the year.
Gross—who served as president of Southern Vermont College for eight years—offered those suggestions Wednesday during a far-reaching #NACACreads Twitter discussion of her most recent release, Breakaway Learners: Strategies for Post-Secondary Success with At-Risk Students.
In her book, Gross makes the case that America’s youth are changing, but schools and colleges have been to slow to adapt to their needs. In particular, the road to and through higher education remains filled with barriers for low-income students, first-generation students, and students who have experienced trauma.
On Dec. 12, #NACACreads chatted with Karen Gross about her book, Breakaway Learners . The book calls on college counselors and others to rethink the ways they help students prepare for life beyond high school.
Couldn’t make the discussion? Use this chat transcript to catch up on what you missed.
Share your insights tomorrow night during a special #NACACreads chat with Karen Gross, author of Breakaway Learners.
Packed with strategies to aid counselors in higher ed, as well as those working in K-12 schools and community-based organizations, the book calls on college counselors and others to rethink the ways they help students prepare for life beyond high school.
NACAC’s 2019 National Conference call for proposals and facilitators is open until Jan. 7 and the format for this conference will be different from years past, with a larger array of presentation types sought.