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GPACAC MENTORSHIP PROGRAM!

Are you new to the world of college counseling (in the high school or college environnment) and seeking the guidance of another colleague with a little more experience?  Do you have aspirations of becoming an Associate Director or dream of becoming a Dean?  Have you been the beneficiary of great mentoring in your career and would like the opportunity to pass that knowledge on to someone else?
 
If you answered yes to any of these questions, we invite you to sign up as a Mentor/Mentee for the GPACAC Mentorship Programs.


Click here for the Mentor Application
Click here for the Mentee Application


 

 

Our Mission and Code of Ethics

GPACAC will support and advance the work of college counselors as they help students realize their full educational potential with particular emphasis on the transition from secondary schools to colleges and universities and with attention to access and equity for all students. In accordance with this mission, GPACAC works to advance the status of the association and its members in order to gain wider recognition of GPACAC's professional positions on behalf of all students and of practitioners who counsel students about their transition from schools to colleges. To accomplish this mission, GPACAC advocates the rights of students in the college admission process; promotes and monitors the standards of professional behavior as set forth in the Statement of Principles of Good Practice. 

View the NACAC Statement of Principles of Good Practice.

Our Code of Ethics

As representatives of secondary schools, colleges and universities, GPACAC members affirm the dignity, worth and potential of all human beings. Members work to develop counseling programs and services for admission and financial assistance that eliminates bias on any grounds. They also place the highest priority on counseling individual students according to the NACAC Statement of Principles of Good Practice, the code of ethical conduct for all individuals and institutions involved in the admission process.
 
 

NACAC 2018 National Conference
    
NACAC's 74th National Conference
September 27-29, 2018

Salt Lake City, Utah

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President's Message

President's Message | June 21, 2014
Thank you for visiting the GPACAC website!  Our executive board is working diligently to enhance the quality resources we provide to high school counselors and admissions professionals, such as professional development events, grant funding, and additional scholarship opportunities for the students you serve.  If you are not currently a member of GPACAC, we encourage you to consider becoming a member to take advantage of these opportunities.

As our organization moves into a new year and I begin my (second) term as President, one of our primary goals is to encourage all GPACAC members to become more involved with our affiliate.  We are seeking new ideas and are open-minded about the ways in which we can serve our membership.  If you are the least bit interested in volunteering your talent and time, please take a moment to complete our Call for Volunteers form

I look forward to another great year with GPACAC.  Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any suggestions or ideas!

Shane P. Stover 
GPACAC President

Shane P. Stover
Assistant Director, Recruitment Technology
Undergraduate Recruitment & Admissions
University of Nebraska at Kearney (UNK)
[email protected] | www.unk.edu
402-651-1895

 
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