Commissioned Agents and NACAC's Code of Ethics Series
A series of six periodically released resources aimed at guiding NACAC members in the responsible use of commissioned agents in international student recruitment.
A resource for counselors who advise international students attending US high schools as well as secondary schools which are considering enrolling such students.
Guide to International University Admission
A comprehensive resource for counselors and students about undergraduate college options abroad.
NACAC Opposes DHS Proposed Rule to Eliminate Duration of Status for International Students in the US
The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) expressed opposition to a US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) proposed rule to eliminate duration of status (D/S) for international students and exchange visitors.Learn More
NACAC Pleased with Withdrawal of ICE Rule
Under the rule, students with F-1 and M-1 visas would have had to return to their home country or face deportation if their educational institution offered only online classes during the fall semester. NACAC had expressed its opposition to the now overturned rule when it was announced last week.Learn More
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.Learn More
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Report of the Commission on International Student Recruitment
A report on commission-based recruitment of international students by US schools and institutions. A look at the history of the practice, the risks associated, and recommendations moving forward.Read More
Trusted Sources: Seeking Advice on Applying to Universities in Another Country
Are you a student who would like to apply to a university in another country? Researching and applying to universities in another country, and selecting an institution to attend can be both exciting and overwhelming. Trusted Sources: Seeking Advice on Applying to Universities in Another Country describes the advisors who can help you through the admission process.Read More
Models From the Field
A collection of resources and best practices to aid in counseling, recruiting, welcoming, and supporting international students.Read More
Supporting International High School Students in the College Admission Process: A Qualitative Study of College Counselors
This study explores the unique challenges and needs of counselors advising nonimmigrant international students in US high schools.Read More
State of College Admission Infographics: International Students
A recap of the data concerning the recruitment and admission of international students at four-year institutions.Learn More