Admission Practices Committee

The role of the Admissions Practices Committee is to educate the membership regarding ethical best practices in college admissions as defined in NACAC's Guide to Ethical Practice in College Admission.

At the end of January 2020, NACAC provided critical updates in regards to the (former) CEPP:

Please find slides here that lay out the timeline of events that led to the approval of the Guide to Ethical Practice in College Admission.  These slides also briefly lay out the main similarities and differences between the CEPP and the new Guide.  If you need additional information on how NACAC got here, please visit this page located on NACAC’s website.  


Committee Members

The NEACAC Admissions Practices Committee is comprised of the co-chairs (one secondary and one collegiate) and a group of professionals selected by invitation from the at-large membership.  As the work of the committee is highly sensitive, committee membership is confidential. 

The current committee co-chairs are:

  

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Jill Britton - Co-chair
Westbrook High School
[email protected]
 

 

Jim Tweed- Co-chair
Rhode Island College

 

NACAC's Guide to Ethical Practice in College Admission is a best practices guide developed by the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) to guide the work of the organization and to suggest high standards of integrity and best practice among its members to better serve students.  

The language of the Guide to Ethical Practice in College Admission is reviewed regularly by NACAC and its affiliate members, including NEACAC.  NEACAC members who wish to propose changes to the Guide to Ethical Practice in College Admission may do so by contacting a member of the NEACAC Executive Board or a National Assembly Delegate