Join SACAC Today!
Become a member today! SACAC members benefit from professional networking and development, annual conferences, workshops and seminars, mentor program. As a member you’ll get be able to apply for grants that make training affordable for even the smallest schools. It’s all a part of your SACAC membership. Join today! Registration is quick and easy.
Who We Are
The Southern Association for College Admission Counseling is dedicated to supporting counseling and enrollment professionals as they help students transition from high school to higher education.
SACAC includes counselors, college admission officers, and independent counselors from high schools, colleges, and organizations in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and the Caribbean. Our 1,700 members promote high professional standards by exchanging ideas, sharing goals, preparing counselors to serve students, and adhering to a set of ethical guidelines and practices.
We are an affiliate of the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC), which represents over 10,000 members worldwide.
SACAC is a dynamic and growing association of roughly 1500 college admission professionals in the nine states of the Southeast and the Caribbean. Memberships run September 1 to August 31 and cost $45 per year for each member at an institution or organization.
Benefits to You:
SACAC provides an array of tools to keep members connected with seminars and workshops.
Stay in touch electronically through our email lists. You’ll also have access to our full membership directory, allowing you to reach out directly to your peers.
Take advantage of our online Knowledge Center, where you’ll find an array of articles and resources that will help you do your job better.
Become or find a mentor. We’ll pair you at the beginning of your careers with veterans who can offer “beginning of your career” advice.
Southern Scope, our blog, helps keep our members informed and provides updates on our profession and anything SACAC related. You even have the opportunity to write and share your own article to contribute to Southern Scope.
Grants: SACAC tries to provide funding for members with limited budgets to attend the Annual Conference, workshops, and programs.
Government Relations: We keep you up-to-date on legislative happenings in the region and in your state and provide opportunities and information for members to reach out to state leaders on issues related to higher education preparation, financing, and access.
Outreach to students: Our Extending the Dream fund targets students in their communities, helping their parents and counselors prepare them for college. We also organize Mini Camp College Workshops, where admission officers and school counselors from throughout the Southeast present information on planning for college admissions. Topics include the college search, making the best use of the next day’s college fair, and the scholarship/financial aid process.
For a snapshot of association membership benefits, click here.