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The New England Association for College Admission Counseling is the number one resource in New England for college admissions professionals. NEACAC fulfills its mission by developing and providing services, programs, and opportunities for members so they can serve and assist students in their transition from secondary to post-secondary education.

We aim to lead in shaping the college counseling, admission and enrollment profession by:

  • Developing ethical and social responsibility within the profession through the establishment and maintenance of high professional standards;
  • Supporting and encouraging collaborative relationships and providing professional development opportunities for all members;
  • Advocating for policies that impact the profession at the state, regional and national level; and
  • Fostering development of equal opportunities for, and access to, post secondary education for all students, utilizing the collective influence and knowledge of the members.

President's Message

Welcome to NEACAC’s website! Founded in 1966, New England Association for College Admission Counseling (NEACAC) leads, supports and advances the work of counseling, admission and enrollment professionals by promoting ethical responsibility, professional development, and advocacy as they help all students realize their full educational potential – with a particular emphasis on the transition from high school to college.  One of largest affiliates of the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC), NEACAC has over 3500 members and strives to welcome, assist, and support our counselors and their professional needs.  

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NEACAC Mission Statement

The New England Association for College Admission Counseling leads, supports and advances the work of counseling, admission and enrollment professionals by promoting ethical responsibility, professional development, and state, regional and national advocacy as they help all students realize their full educational potential, with particular emphasis on the transition to postsecondary education.