Posts From the monthly archives: "June 2014"
Inclusion

It’s summer! For recently graduated high school seniors it means one thing: college. The summer between high school graduation and starting college marks an important time — a time of transition. Students are excited and gearing up for what is …

Nick Soper

The Big Rift

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I’ve been mulling over the uncomfortable but rather pressing conversation started during the WACAC conference: how can school-based college counselors and IECs work together more effectively? I’ve been trying to boil the problem down a bit. It seems to stem …

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Name: that part was easy. Date of birth: June, 1989, which made me a few months short of my 25th birthday the first time I applied to transfer to a 4-year university. A lot older than my perfect cousin, who …

Dan Nannini

One would think, based on this title, I might supply the summary of my year as your president. And although May 21st, 2013, the day I took office, was exciting and full of promise, it was actually 17 days later, …

Inclusion

For many of us on either side of the desk, working with undocumented students presents quite the challenge. We seem to have more questions than answers. What do we do if a student tells us they are undocumented? Do we …

WACAC

 

 

Check out our intro video to this year’s WACAC conference. Grant Cushman from Chapman University and Sam Schreiber from the University of Southern California explain the social media activities that will take place during the event and how …