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Presidential Pontifications:


I returned from the NACAC conference in Columbus, OH last night.  I find myself completely energized by the conversations that I heard and inspired by the work of my colleagues being done around the world.  It felt like everything was …

The WACAC Annual Conference ( is just around the corner and as we all prepare for networking and professional development opportunities, I want to put a plug in for the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access Institute (, which is a …

Presidential Pontifications


By Ed Devine

Second semester is in full swing!  As college freshmen are re-inserting themselves into their new communities, along with their seasoned friends from the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior class, we hope they find their connections and are turning …

WACAC Fundraising Update


By Kevin Dyerly, WACAC Development Chair

What a great conference our affiliate hosted recently in San Diego for 7,400 of our closest friends and colleagues!  For those of you who attended our WACAC affiliate business meeting that Thursday, you heard …

An IEC Primer to NACAC


By Nick Soper

Over the past few years, I’ve had a few first conferences—the annual WACAC meeting, the annual HECA conference, and smaller ones like Share, Learn, Connect, and the UC/CSU event. I went into them a bit blindly, assuming

Welcome Nevada

Hello Nevada!


As this is the first blog post I have ever written EVER, I’ll start by telling you a bit about me. My name is Angie Goss and I’m in my 18th year as a high school counselor in northern Nevada. …

The Inside Scoop on WACAC’s LDI


Have you heard about WACAC’s Leadership Development Institute? Started in 2012 by WACAC Past-President Greg McCandless, LDI is a professional development opportunity for post-secondary emerging leaders. Admission professionals with at least four years of experience are matched with mentors at …


At the National College Fair in San Francisco last weekend, I was reminded of the collegiality and ongoing cycle of our work. Moving from table to table, high school counselors commented on their seniors who had just committed to the …