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Seattle.

  • September 29, 2021

Tony Minestra DePaul College Prep IACAC President When I think about Seattle, I think about fog, and lattes, flannel shirts, Harry and the Hendersons, moody vampire romance, Jimi Hendrix and purple haze, supercomputers, Smells Like Teen Spirit, and McDreamy. But…

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Conference 2022 – Be the Change

  • September 29, 2021

Brian Hodges University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign IACAC President-elect As I reflect on these past two years and see how much the world has changed…and not changed, I cannot help but smile when I think about our association. We have adapted,…

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Member Spotlight: September 2021

  • September 29, 2021

This month's Member Spotlight features Mary Alice Berg, Associate Director of Admission at Loyola University - Chicago. How long have you worked in counseling? 17 years How did you get into counseling? I was a tour guide at my undergrad…

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A Note from the President

  • May 28, 2021

Megan O'Rourke Providence College IACAC President As we finish out my presidential year, I hope you’ll indulge me for some final updates and information to share. It’s truly been a pleasure to serve as President of IACAC, and while not…

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New IAS Resource Library

  • May 28, 2021

Diana Mondragón Dundee Crown High School The legacy of racism is evident in many social systems such as in healthcare, housing, and education. Some of this legacy, such as the disproportionate rates of BIPOC in the criminal legal system, are…

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The New Movers & Shakers

  • May 28, 2021

Have you checked out the new Movers and Shakers yet? Probably not, but that's ok! We know there has been a lot of "new" in the past year+ so we hope you'll check it out when you get a chance!…

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Member Spotlight: May 2021

  • May 28, 2021

This month's Member Spotlight features Faith Haley, Associate Director of Admission at Rockford University. How long have you worked in counseling? 6 years How did you get into counseling? Like many people, I stumbled into admission counseling. I was on…

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A Forced Programming Change, Here to Stay

  • May 28, 2021

Julie Nelson Xavier University Think back, if you can, to your first year as an admission professional. Just like with any new job, you learned by doing. You also probably learned by observing other counselors on the road, from talking…

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What a Long, Strange Trip It’s Been

  • May 28, 2021

Amy Thompson York Community High School Though I’m not a Deadhead, I do appreciate a good song when I hear it. I also appreciate great people and that’s what has brought me to this final Admission Essay article in my…

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