2017-2018 Committee Chairs
Executive Board Liaison
Member Relations Council Team
The Membership committee promotes membership within IACAC and NACAC. The committee is involved with the recruitment of new members and the retention of current members through a variety of activities.
Goals for 2017-2018
- Continue to increase college and university, high school, community-based organization, independent counselor, and out-of-state membership, in an effort to increase access and education for the membership we support and the students they serve.
- Expand the geographic footprint of our membership across the state.
- Nurture current members and develop strategies to encourage new membership across the constituency.
- Develop ties with graduate programs throughout the state to foster awareness of IACAC and grow future membership.
- Deliberately identify leadership in IACAC that reflects the diversity of IACAC membership including, but not limited to, ethnic diversity, geographic diversity, diversity of experience (high school/college/independent), and institutional diversity (public/private).
- Create a deliberate and effective plan to communicate with new members.
- Become more inclusive by expanding membership to those with advocacy for transfer admissions.
Are you passionate about IACAC and its mission? Help spread the word through the IACAC Referral Program — an initiative that recognizes and rewards current members who recruit their colleagues to join the association. Encourage your peers who are not yet members of IACAC to join today using the membership applications: Refer A Colleague. If your referral joins, you will be entered to win a PRIZE! Or add their name here.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the benefits of my IACAC Membership?
IACAC is a dynamic organization to be involved in. IACAC provides opportunities for professional development throughout the year (District Seminars, Annual Conference, Summer Institute, Speakers Bureau) as well as opportunities for networking, discussion and leadership opportunities within the organization.
IACAC distributes information to its members on hot topics in admissions and provides an outlet for discussion through the IACAC listserv. A
dditionally, IACAC provides opportunities for both mentors and mentees for those both new to the profession as well as those in middle management. Read more about the benefits of membership…
When should I renew my IACAC membership?
The IACAC membership year is October 1-September 30.
You should renew your membership as soon as you are able to do so when you receive the renewal communication from IACAC in August.
How can I renew my membership?
The easiest way to renew your membership to IACAC is to log in to the members only section of the IACAC website and follow the prompts to renew online. You can submit payment by credit card or by check.
First-time applicants for memberships can download the membership application and submit by fax or mail.
How do I join the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC)?
NACAC offers several membership categories. Choose the one that’s right for you by downloading the appropriate membership application. If you have any questions, please contact the NACAC Membership and Affiliate Relations Department by phone at (800) 822-6285 ext. 2004 or by email.
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Josie Blasdel, McKendree University
Allison Culver, University of Louisville
Mike Dunker, Western Illinois University
Sarah Goldman, Albion College
Linda Haffner, IACAC
April Lynch, Syracuse University
Julie Marlatt, Parkland College
LeeAnn Meyer, Vandercook College of Music
Bart Sinks, Marion High School
Megan Stenberg, Grayslake North High School