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Student Mobility

Policies that support student mobility – opportunities for American students to study in foreign countries and for international students to study in the United States – are consistent with NACAC’s support of equitable access to educational opportunity.

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NACAC Opposes ICE Move to Limit International Students at US Universities

NACAC expressed its strong opposition this week’s announcement by the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) that non-immigrant F-1 and M-1 international students must return to their home country or face deportation if their educational institution offers only online classes during the fall semester. ICE similarly announced that international students not already in the US would not receive student visas if their institution plans to provide online-only instruction this fall.

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Non-NACAC Publication Excerpt Policy

The NACAC Journal of College Admission welcomes excerpts from works revolving around college admission counseling.

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2020 Guiding the Way to Inclusion

Explore campus diversity, multicultural recruitment, and more.

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International Transfer Students

Nine percent of international students studying in the US enroll in community colleges.

Foreign and Refugee Students

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International Universities Fairs

**NACAC is monitoring the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus threat. At this time, NACAC has made the decision to cancel the Vancouver International Universities Fair. Please monitor this page for additional updates and information about a possible rescheduled date. Registered exhibitors and attendees of this program, please know that you will receive an email notification regarding the cancelation with additonal details. **

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