February 22, 2024 - please be aware that NYSACAC's phone number is currently out of service. We are working to restore service, but please contact us via email at [email protected] if you need immediate assistance.


 

A Message from President Heidi Green

Greetings!

NYSACAC is at the forefront of creating leadership and professional development opportunities for high school counselors, Community-Based Organizations (CBOs), and college admission professionals whose shared work is in assisting students with their transition to higher education.  
Our association brings professionals together from all corners of the state, from the most rural parts to the most urban... 
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We can't wait to see everyone in June 2024 at Molloy University, Long Island, NY!




 


 

 

 
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NYSACAC stands against all forms of hatred and violence. We support our colleagues, students, and communities who are impacted by the horrific acts within our state, nation, and global community.

Anti-Racism Resources for School Counselors
Anti-Racism Resources for White People
TED Talk on overcoming bias
Implicit Bias Test
Fighting Racism in Education


 

Announcements and Updates

June 30, 2023: NYSACAC Response to Supreme Court Ruling

Yesterday morning, the United States Supreme Court issued a ruling against Harvard and UNC’s use of race in college admission decisions, stating that they violated the 14th Amendment’s Equal Protection Clause. Although this decision was expected, it is disappointing and disheartening, following decades of work and initiatives to create increasingly diverse campus communities within the legal landscape of affirmative action. The ability to consider race in admission was an opportunity to address systemic barriers faced by underrepresented communities, particularly those that had historically been disadvantaged as a result of their racial or ethnic background.

We believe all students benefit when they live and learn with people from different backgrounds and identities from their own. As we consider how to move forward in this changing landscape, NYSACAC can be a leader in ensuring that we continue to create equitable pathways for all students. We can use our collective experience and creativity to advocate for policies and practices that ensure every student has the ability to thrive in higher education... Read full letter here.


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The Postsecondary Value Commission brought together higher education experts and national leaders to examine, explore, and define the value of postsecondary education in the U.S.
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