Hispanic-Serving Institutions

Hispanic-Serving Institutions by the Inclusion, Access & Success Committee The story of higher education in the United States and the territories it colonized cannot be told without recognizing and celebrating, among other things, the influence on and contribution to higher education from Hispanic-identifying students and educators past, present, and future. As we recognize and celebrate […]

My History with SACAC with Morgan Fowler

My History with SACAC Morgan Fowler, Senior Admissions Counselor, High Point University Tell us about your journey in the field of education and as an admissions/counseling professional. What are you most proud of accomplishing? The first time I went to visit my college counselor at my northern Florida public school, she took a look at […]

Celebrating HBCU Excellence!

Celebrating HBCU Excellence! Jameia Tennie (pronouns: she/her), Director, Office of Undergraduate Admissions, North Carolina A&T State University The pursuit of post-secondary education continues to open the door to endless possibilities for students across the globe.  Each year, SACAC professionals are privileged to support students as they make these important collegiate decisions.  Choosing to attend a […]

The Potential of a Promise

The Potential of a Promise Andrew Colson, Admissions Counselor & Program Manager of the UAB Birmingham Promise, The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) What is the Birmingham Promise and why does it matter? When the Birmingham Promise Scholarship was first announced by the city of Birmingham, Alabama, in the fall of 2019, I was […]

Supporting Transgender & Transitioning Students in the College Application Process

Supporting Transgender & Transitioning Students in the College Application Process Melissa Kotacka, MA NCC CT, Duke University Nicholas School of the Environment *Views and opinions expressed herein are the author’s own and not the institution’s This year marks my thirteenth year in the admissions profession, and thirteen years of working with and supporting LGBTQIA+ students through […]

Celebrating National Transfer Student Week

Celebrating National Transfer Student Week           SACAC is excited to celebrate National Transfer Student Week this week! We contacted some SACAC post-secondary members who work directly in transfer admission for a virtual interview about this field of college admissions. Here are some selected responses: What are the biggest changes you’ve seen […]

Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Indigenous Peoples’ Day by Rachel Fried, Director, Public School Initiative Basic cultural comprehension goes a long way. Often, schools and individuals are unsure where to even begin with Native recruitment and retention. The reality is, simple transformations can have great significance. As college access practitioners, a first step can be to look inward at institutional […]

Florida Regional Admission Counselors (FRAC)

Florida Regional Admission Counselors (FRAC) An interview with Antonio Serrano, Treasurer & Membership Chair for FRAC, by Nicole Sumrall In 2019, a new Regional Admissions Network was founded, the Florida Regional Admissions Counselors, or FRAC. Nicole Sumrall, FL Communication Liaison, interviewed Antonio Serrano, Treasurer and Membership Chair of FRAC and Florida Regional Recruitment Manager for […]