The Indiana Association for College Admission Counseling is a professional organization of counseling professionals dedicated to serving students as they explore options and make choices about pursuing post-secondary education. Its mission is to establish and maintain high professional standards in college admissions guidance in the secondary schools and colleges.
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IACAC Committees are the foundation of our organization. Contact our Committee Chairs to learn more:
- ADMISSIONS PRACTICES COMMITTEE
- COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE
- CONGRESS COMMITTEE
- CREDENTIALS COMMITTEE
- EDUCATIONAL CALENDAR COMMITTEE
- GOVERNMENT RELATIONS COMMITTEE
- INCLUSION, ASSESS, AND SUCCESS COMMITTEE
- MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE
- NATIONAL COLLEGE FAIR COMMITTEE
- PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
- SECONDARY SCHOOL ISSUES COMMITTEE
- TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE
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"IACAC membership has been the single-most critical factor in my professional growth and development over the last 10 years. The professional networking, idea creation and sharing between colleagues are invaluable in today’s admission landscape. Whenever I meet a new admission colleague, IACAC is always my first recommendation for professional development."
- Chris Gage, Hanover College
What's New at IACAC?
IMAGINE GRANTS AVAILABLE!
EXECUTIVE BOARD NOMINATIONS!
The Nominations Committee is actively seeking candidates to run for the 2017-2018 Executive Board. During the Membership Meeting of the 2017 IACAC Congress (February 20 – February 22, 2017), we will elect a Secretary to enter the 4-year IACAC Presidential cycle. This year’s nominees should represent a secondary institution (public or private high school). IACAC will also elect a Delegate to serve a 3-year term to the NACAC Assembly. This year’s nominees can represent any member institution.
Serving as an IACAC officer is an excellent opportunity to contribute to the growth of our association. The Nominations Committee’s goal is to present the most qualified slate of nominees. Although the Nominations Committee expects to present a single slate for this position, we will consider multiple applications through the slating process. The factors determining selection will include, but are not limited to: IACAC and NACAC experience, underrepresented areas of experience, leadership and management experience, and other professional contributions.
Please submit your nominations by Monday, January 9, 2017.
If you have questions about the nominating process or would like additional information about the requirements of the position, please email Matt Moody at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 317-278-9014.
NACAC NATIONAL CONFERENCE-BOSTON 2017!
Call for Proposals:
Proposals can be submitted in the following format: 75 minute Educational Session, 75 minute interactive Tech Lab, 30 minute Learning Lounge. Presentations submitted must be complete, fields marked "TBD" will not be reviewed and will immediately get denied.
Submit to the Call for Proposals today!
Call for Reviewers:
Help decide the educational sessions that occur at the National Conference by serving as a reviewer. To be a reviewer, you must be a NACAC member or willing to obtain membership and available to review a minimum of 15 proposals during January 23 - February 18, 2017. If you do submit an educational session to the call, you will not review that session.
Sign-up to Review Proposals today!
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