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Continuing Education (CE)

The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 5242. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. NACAC is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs. 

Individuals interested in gaining credits for the NACAC National Conference must complete the evaluation survey for each session. Evaluation Surveys are available in the NACAC National Conference 2021 App.  Attendees must complete the form by October 31 in order to have their certificate sent in the first batch. Anything submitted after October 31, will be reviewed and processed at the end of each calendar month. Certificates will be emailed 6-8 weeks after the conference. Questions? Email us.

Please note: All CE eligible sessions will include a mention on the digital program book located in the NACAC National Conference 2021 app. The information will be clearly marked at the end of the session's description. Additionally, CE eligible sessions can be found here:

Session Title Date Start time End time Location
September 23rd        
B05. Building Statewide Collaborations for Post-Secondary Success 9/23/21 15:30 16:30 608
B08. Helping the Families that Need it the Most 9/23/21 15:30 16:30 618
B07. Ireland: the Global Hub for Specialist Bachelor's Degrees 9/23/21 15:30 16:30 615
A05. Managing Up, Down, Around, and Through: Leading through Change 9/23/21 14:00 15:00 608
B06. Admissions Essays are Strongly Correlated with Household Income and SAT Scores 9/23/21 15:30 16:30 611
A04. Counseling Jewish Families Through the College Search 9/23/21 14:00 15:00 606
A07. Around the World in 60 Minutes: University Match Making v.2.0 9/23/21 14:00 15:00 615
B03. From Farm to Table: Supporting Rural Students from All Sides of the Desk 9/23/21 15:30 16:30 602
B02. Transfer in Crisis: Best Practices for College Closures and Mergers 9/23/21 15:30 16:30 3AB
A12. Living with Imposter Syndrome and Biased Workplaces 9/23/21 14:00 15:00 Tahoma 5
A09. The Enrollment-Optimized College Website 9/23/21 14:00 15:00 Skagit 4
A08. Level Up Your Digital Marketing and Outreach With Feedback From Students and Parents 9/23/21 14:00 15:00 618
B11. Demystifying Admissions: Inside the Book About the Selection Process 9/23/21 15:30 16:30 Tahoma 3
B04. Streamlining the School Profile Process in a Large Urban School District to Increase Equity 9/23/21 15:30 16:30 606
B01. Share a Healthier Approach to College Admissions with your School Community 9/23/21 15:30 16:30 2AB
LL2. Creating a Mentorship Program 9/23/21 15:00 15:30 Learning Lounge Exhibit Hall 4C
B12. Taking Recruitment to the Drive-In – A Big Screen Idea that Outsmarted the Pandemic 9/23/21 15:30 16:30 Tahoma 5
LL1. 5 Tips From 5 Years: Gaining Confidence as a Young Professional 9/23/21 14:00 14:30 Learning Lounge Exhibit Hall 4C
A02. A Pragmatic Discourse On Test-Optional Admissions 9/23/21 14:00 15:00 3AB
V1. FAFSA Deep Dive: The Expected Family Contribution (EFC) 9/23/21 14:00 15:00 Virtual 
September 24th        
C03. Supporting Success and Equity in Student Transfer through Advising: Lesson Learned from Interstate Passport
9/24/21 11:45 12:45 602
V3. College Counselors: DEI Agents of Change
 9/24/21  11:45  12:45  Virtual
LL5. "With a little help from my friends": The roles of physical activity and belonging in retention of first-year university students 9/24/21 14:15 14:45 Learning Lounge Exhibit Hall 4C
C01. Partnering with Honors Programs on Inclusive Enrollment Management Practices 9/24/21 11:45 12:45 2AB
C07. Big City or Bronte Country? Advising on UK Campuses & Student Life 9/24/21 11:45 12:45 615
D10. Tuition Pricing and Discounting in the Age of COVID-19 9/24/21 13:45 14:45 Tahoma 1
C09. Streamlining the Application Process with Self-Reported Academic Records 9/24/21 11:45 12:45 Skagit 4
D08. Other Duties as Assigned: Burnout in College Counseling & Admissions 9/24/21 13:45 14:45 618
D11. We’re All In the Same Sandbox - Mutual Benefits of Reverse Advisory Boards 9/24/21 13:45 14:45 Tahoma 3
D06. Helping LD Students Thrive in College 9/24/21 13:45 14:45 611
C11. College Counseling Virtual Events/Programs that Work; What we've learned from COVID 9/24/21 11:45 12:45 Tahoma 3
C08. The Power of Peers: Increase Yield and Reduce Summer Melt, One Mentoring Relationship at a Time 9/24/21 11:45 12:45 618
D07. The Rise of Student Accomplishment Fraud 9/24/21 13:45 14:45 615
C02. All of the Above: Parents’ Attitudes Toward College, Career and Other Postsecondary Pathways 9/24/21 11:45 12:45 3AB
D12. Dream Team as REALITY: Transitions, Expansions, Handovers, & Hangovers… 9/24/21 13:45 14:45 Tahoma 5
College and Career Counseling in a Public School Setting 9/24/21 13:45 14:45 TBA
D04. Lumago Leadership: A Pinoy Perspective from Deans and Directors in Admission 9/24/21 13:45 14:45 606
September 25th        
F08. Are ACT/SAT-Optional/Test-Blind Policies the "New Normal" for Undergrad Admissions 9/25/21 10:30 11:30 Tahoma 3
G05. Counseling Trends in India: Guiding the World's Largest Youth Population 9/25/21 12:00 13:00 615
E03. How-to Guide: The School Profile 9/25/21 9:15 10:15 608
G03. Newcomer to New Student: Creating Refugee-Friendly Spaces in U.S. Higher Education 9/25/21 12:00 13:00 608
E05. Global Collaboration: How American University (U.S.) and Ritsumeikan University (Japan) worked together to develop and implement the first joint degree program between a U.S. and Japanese institution 9/25/21 9:15 10:15 615
F03. Advancing your Career in a Post-Pandemic World 9/25/21 10:30 11:30 608
E06. We’re All Winners Here: How Regional Tuition Reciprocity Programs help Students, Institutions, and States Achieve their Goals 9/25/21 9:15 10:15 Skagit 4
G04. Invisible AAPIs: Serving Southeast Asian & Pacific Islanders Students 9/25/21 12:00 13:00 611
F09 New Perspectives on Transfer Student Attitudes and Behavior 9/25/21 10:30 11:30 Tahoma 5
G08. Both, And | A Model for Counselor & Teacher Postsecondary Advising for All 9/25/21 12:00 13:00 Tahoma 3
F01. So Much Data--Breaking it Down to Meet Enrollment and Territory Goals 9/25/21 10:30 11:30 3AB
LL6. Helping Under-Resourced Students Flourish in the Midst of the Pandemic 9/25/21 9:30 10:00 Learning Lounge Exhibit Hall 4C
E02. Recruiting Diverse Leaders to Lead the Charge and Spark the Change 9/25/21 9:15 10:15 602
F05. Demystifying Admissions in Top UK Universities 9/25/21 10:30 11:30 615
G06. “What do you mean by ‘Catholic’?” Counseling devout, connected, or disengaged Catholic students and their non-Catholic peers about their options in Higher Education 9/25/21 12:00 13:00 Skagit 4
E07. Spilling the Tea: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly of International Admissions During COVID 9/25/21 9:15 10:15 Tahoma 1
LL7. Taking Down Micro-Barriers: Demystifying Admissions-Speak for Applicants 9/25/21 10:30 11:00 Learning Lounge Exhibit Hall 4C
E08. Empowering Women in their Rise to Leadership 9/25/21 9:15 10:15 Tahoma 3
V6. Transition of students from school to university: NIS story (Kazakhstan) 9/25/21 10:30 11:30 Virtual 
F06. Equity and Access in Admissions for the Arts 9/25/21 10:30 11:30 Skagit 4
TL1. How to Bridge the Gap Between Families, Educators, and Students 9/25/21 14:00 14:45 Tech Lab Exhibit Hall 4C
F04. Advising NCAA Prospective Student-Athletes 9/25/21 10:30 11:30 611
V7. Informing post-COVID Admissions Test-use Policy Decisions: A Research Guide 9/25/21 12:00 13:00 Virtual 
F07. Applying Mastery: Competency-Based Education and College Admission 9/25/21 10:30 11:30 Tahoma 1
F02. Re-thinking Character in Admissions: Common App and MCC 9/25/21 10:30 11:30 602
G09. Time is Tikking: Leveraging Social Media to Boost Engagement and Yield 9/25/21 12:00 13:00 Tahoma 5