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Through Friday, the National Institute for the Study of Transfer Students is encouraging educators to recognize and celebrate transfer students and the professionals who support them.
During our next #NACACreads Twitter chat, we’ll explore how willpower, coping skills, self-care strategies, and more can help students cultivate authentic happiness and make the most out of their journey to and through college.
Read When Likes Aren’t Enough: A Crash Course in the Science of Happiness and join us Dec. 11 for an important discussion on student mental health and well-being with author Tim Bono.
If you don’t know how to change a tire or curl your hair or even make a soufflé, you can YouTube it.
So, it stands to reason, if you don’t know how to apply for college, you would turn to the video-sharing website for the answers you seek.
What started as a trend of college-bound teens sharing their college decision letters has grown into a way for teens to broadcast their experiences and advice throughout the process.
Teen Vogue recently interviewed several of these YouTube vloggers about their growing channels.
The US Department of Education recently released its 2020-21 College Financing Plan template, formerly known as the Financial Aid Shopping Sheet. The College Financing Plan is a standardized form used by participating institutions to notify students about their financial aid package. The department relied on input from financial aid administrators, students, parents, and other stakeholders to develop the new template.
The Council on Standards for International Educational Travel (CSIET) advisory board recently unveiled model standards for international student recruitment agencies working with US secondary schools.
Chris Page, executive director of CSIET, joined NACAC’s Director of Global Engagement Lindsay Addington on Wednesday to talk about the standards, international F-1 student recruitment, and more.
College Admission Ethics in Action provides critical information on ethical behavior in the student recruitment process. The 35-minute course highlights basic legal and ethical boundaries and is aimed at the wide range of people who are involved in student recruitment, including athletic coaches, alumni volunteers, student tour guides, faculty, development officers, entry-level admission officers, and others.
Applying to schools and preparing for the college transition can be tough for any student. But for students dealing with a chronic illness, the process has added challenges.
The key to tackling those challenges? Planning ahead.
Teen Vogue recently published a list of advice to help students dealing with chronic illness clear those hurdles before heading off to college.
It’s FAFSA season!
Looking for a better way to chart submission rates for the students you serve? Check out the US Department of Education’s Free Application for Federal Student Aid Completion Tool.
The searchable database provides weekly updates for every high school where five or more students have filed a FAFSA.
Our members are movers and shakers. From landing new jobs to earning well-deserved awards, NACAC members were busy in the third quarter of 2019.
See who was honored by the association at this year’s national conference and keep reading to learn about the accomplishments of other NACAC members.