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By Angie Goss

Happy November Nevada!

Last month I had the amazing opportunity to attend the NACAC conference in San Diego, CA. It was truly epic! There were over 7,000 attendees from across the country and around the globe. I …

Presidential Pontifications

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By Ed Devine

Wow…the ease of summer is a distant memory. We have already completed three weeks of the fall recruitment season, and on the eve of the San Diego NACAC Conference, it seems like the treadmill never shut off. …

Here We Go Again – President’s Blog

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As we launch into a new school year, I hope your batteries are charged and ready to engage a new class.  As college seekers begin the whirlwind that is their senior year, it is always wise to remember that this …

Happy New Year!

Well, we survived our brutal winter here in San Diego!  Did you see that day it was 40 degrees, or the day it rained 1.7”?  We are so relieved that we are back to our sunny and …

Well, the Local Advisory Committee met earlier this month, and we are working hard to make San Diego the best NACAC conference yet!

The Special Events Committee, one of the six Advisory Committees, gets to do the fun stuff …

With the great momentum generated from the conference in Indianapolis and with the added focus on transfer students,  we expect to shatter last year’s record-setting number of attendees at next year’s NACAC Conference.   Plus, hello, it’s SAN DIEGO!  The …

San Diego Local Advisory Committee

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By all accounts, the Indianapolis NACAC conference was a huge success — there were great professional development sessions, lots of vendors to chat with (the glamour shot booth was brilliant!) plenty of walk-able restaurants and bars to connect with colleagues, …

Ed and Terri

San Diego NACAC Conference Planning

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The San Diego NACAC conference planning team is excited to head to Indianapolis next week for the annual conference.  We are looking forward to learning more about the city and the educational options for students in the area.  Similarly, we …