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Learn what to expect when your students fill out the 2019–20 FAFSA form starting October 1. This webinar will preview what the FAFSA screens look like on a computer or laptop as well as a smartphone. The speaker will also explain how StudentAid.gov is intertwined with the FAFSA experience and discuss ways to support your students through the process.Learn more
Best Practices in Adult and Online Recruitment
Given a relatively flat outlook for high school graduates over the next decade, more schools are expanding into online and adult populations. This webinar explores several dimensions of this strategy including: aligning academic programs to market demand, marketing and recruitment strategies, and organizational considerations.Watch Now
Commissioned Agents and NACAC’s Code of Ethics
For some colleges and universities partnering with commissioned agents to recruit international students is part of a multifaceted admission strategy. Join us for a discussion that will assist your institution in implementing the new requirements established in the Statement of Principles of Good Practice: NACAC’s Code of Ethics and Professional Practices.Watch Now
The Forgotten Students: Understanding the Completion Crises
This webinar explores the dropout crisis, specifically in the context of identifying how to approach the Forgotten Students—a unique population, often comprised disproportionately of underrepresented groups—to re-enroll, transition back into school, complete their degrees, and realize their potential.Watch Now
Encore: The NEW ACT/SAT concordance tables-What you need to know
Join experts from ACT and College Board for this second of two opportunities to discuss the new 2018 ACT/SAT concordance tables released in June 2018.Register Now