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.
Advising undocumented students can be difficult in uncertain times. Explore our resources and guidance for professionals.
Called In: Eliminating Toxicity and Disrupting the Norm
After students from historically marginalized backgrounds arrive on college campuses each fall, fresh-faced and optimistic about the future, many struggle to find a sense of belonging at their institutions. Lawrence Alexander, Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Carney Sandoe & Associates, has made it his goal to change that.Learn More
No More Applause, Please!
NACAC has now hosted three sessions of our Antiracist Education Institute and served more than 700 professionals. As I reflect on our work so far, I’m reminded of the story of the Amazing Blendini—the death-defying, high-wire, tightrope walker.Learn More
NACAC Announces Commission on Redesigning College Admission and Financial Aid Through a Racial Equity Lens
The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) today announced a national panel of leaders and researchers from across higher education, policy, and civil rights to develop specific proposals for reimagining financial aid and college admission systems and ultimately eliminating racial inequity in postsecondary educational access.Learn More
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