Foreign and Refugee Students
Since taking office in January 2017, the Trump administration has made several decisions that will impact the ability of foreign nationals to pursue higher education studies in the United States. Learn more about these decisions.
LGBTQ students are often faced with a unique set of challenges and considerations throughout their college search and application process.
Find resources on supporting veterans through the college admission process.
NACAC Applauds Passage of Funding Bill for Minority-Serving Institutions
NACAC expressed its support for legislation approved by Congress that would provide a permanent stream of funding for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs), Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs), and other minority-serving institutions (MSI).Learn More
Mental Health in Minority Student Populations
Admission professionals should aim to understand the intersection between minority populations and mental health, barriers to treatment, and forms of support within the profession. Moreover, they should support these students in dismantling the stigma so that they can receive the care they deserve.Learn More
NACAC Applauds Court Decision on Harvard Admission Practices
NACAC applauds the US District Court decision regarding Harvard University’s admission practices.Learn More
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