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2022-2023 Membership

Membership is now open for the 2022-2023 Membership year which runs July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2023.

Welcome to WACAC

Welcome to the Western Association for College Admission Counseling.

Welcome to WACAC

The Western Association for College Admission Counseling supports and advances the work of counseling and enrollment professionals from California and Nevada as they help all students realize their full potential, with emphasis on freshman and transfer transitions to higher education and attention to access and equity for all students.

Founded in 1967, we celebrate 50 years as a non-profit organization supporting college admission counseling.


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Meet Our Class of 2023 Student Bloggers!

My name is Emily Larios and I'm from San Mateo, California. I am currently a junior at San Mateo High School and will be graduating next school year of 2023. Some of my favorite classes this year are AP Spanish Language, Foods and Nutrition, English and AVID. We’re...

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A Very WACAC New Year

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WACAC Committee Feature – Admission Practices

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Reflections on Voices for Access

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