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One-day, professional development opportunities for admissions professionals with less than five years of experience. These summer institutes include sessions, networking, and collaborative opportunities. Programming topics include maximizing high school visits, college fairs, financial aid, ethical practices in admission, and more!
Approved in September 2020, NACAC's "Guide to Ethical Practice in Admission" reflects the association's long-standing commitment to conduct among professionals who support students in the college transition process from secondary school to post-secondary education or in the transfer process between post-secondary institutions. If you have questions about the GEPCA or ethical practice in admissions for our affiliate please contact GPACAC past-president, Jennifer McClendon.
The GPACAC Communications Committee publishes the WEEKLY WRAP, an informative newsletter that is emailed out to all members every Thursday! Don't miss out on important updates and information! Check your email for the Weekly Wrap!
Virtual sessions that meet monthly during the lunch hour. We will feature various college admissions related topics, guest speakers, networking, and plenty of time for open discussion. We invite members to join us!
We are excited to launch a virtual diversity speaker series! Save the dates and join the conversation!
GPACAC is launching a mentorship program for spring 2023! We invite you to apply to become a mentor or a mentee. The deadline to apply has passed and we are no longer accepting applications for this program. Please check back next fall for next year's application cycle.
College Share is GPACAC's virtual event that allows colleges to provide updates to high school counselors about their institution.
We are excited you are a part of our GPACAC community and look forward to further connecting. We held a “Virtual New Member Chat” on Wednesday, Sept. 7. Watch for future opportunities to engage with other members!
Government Relations leads the efforts in educating our members about public policy, keeping all members informed of issues concerning our educational system, and fostering relationships with our elected leaders. Check out the recent GPACAC Hill Days and some of this committee's other latest activities.
Looking to build your college counseling program and find resources to help guide students? You've come to the right place!