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.
We are...high schools, colleges and universities, non-profit organizations serving college admissions, independent counselors and consultants, and college and university students. Come JOIN US!
Come Get Involved...
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
Upcoming Events and Activities...
"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
IACAC is so grateful to our Premium Members for their financial support and commitment to our mission. To see a full list of Premium Members, click here.
IMAGINE GRANTS AVAILABLE!
The IACAC Mentorship Program connects new and veteran members in partnerships that provide professional support and guidance to the newest admission professionals. Participants in the program benefit from shared materials and experiences that help new members learn about the field of college admission and high school counseling. The program offers discussions and meetings that transfer veteran knowledge to a group of future leaders, benefiting not only yourself but the students and families with whom you work. Mentors offer problem-solving strategies, professional contacts, and a clear vision that assists in job satisfaction and retaining professionals in the field.
The Mentorship Program also tries to have some fun! This year, mentors and mentees got together for an Indianapolis Indians game...a great way to deepen those relationships.
Questions / Comments...feel free to contact Lindsay Gross at firstname.lastname@example.org, 317-524-7112