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December 30, 1899



The American College Application Campaign® (ACAC) distributes an e-newsletter every other month on the first Tuesday of the month. Our newsletter includes updates from ACAC, state campaign profiles, partner profiles, and resources and best practices. Click here to subscribe.

Vol. 2, Issue 1 - Febraury 2018

Vol. 2, Issue 2 - April 2018​

Vol. 2, Issue 3 - June 2018​

Vol. 2, Issue 4 - August 2018​

Vol. 2, Issue 5 - October 2018​


Vol. 1, Issue 1 - February 2017

Vol. 1, Issue 2 - April 2017

Vol. 1, Issue 3 - June 2017

Vol. 1, Issue 4 - August 2017

Vol. 1, Issue 5 - October 2017

Vol. 1, Issue 6 - December 2017

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We encourage you to join the college application conversations using the hashtags #WhyApply and #IApplied.


Leadership & Advocacy News

  • December 06, 2018

    Today's Headlines

    HEADLINES: Today's Top Higher Education News

    NPR looks at the effort by private universities to enroll more community college transfer students . . . The federal government on Tuesday released an early look at student completion data that it collected as part of a winter 2016-17 survey of...

  • Student Mobility

    December 04, 2018

    Dark stairs

    Statement by ACE President Ted Mitchell on Central European University

    ACE President Ted Mitchell released a statement regarding Central European University being forced to relocate from Budapest, Hungary, to Vienna, Austria, and calling on Hungary to reconsider its stance and show that it understands and embraces the...

  • Gender Equity

    December 03, 2018

    lecture hall seats

    ACE, Associations Urge HHS Not to Pursue Definition of Sex

    ACE and 28 other higher education groups are urging HHS not to pursue developing a definition of “sex” that would maintain that an individual’s sex was determined at birth and was unchangeable.

  • Student Issues

    November 28, 2018

    student alone in lecture hall

    Facing the Mental Health Crisis on American Campuses

    The ACE West Winter Summit, Jan. 17-18 in Tucson, and the ACE South Winter Summit,​ Feb, 7-8 in New Orleans, will provide attendees with knowledge and insights to address mental health challenges and to support the campus community in doing so.

  • Financial Aid

    November 28, 2018

    Colorful reflective building

    Education Department Announces Delay in Recall of Perkins Funds

    The Department of Education has announced a delay in the recall of Perkins Loan funds from colleges and universities while it explores the need to reimburse institutions for their share of canceled loans for some borrowers.

  • Student Mobility

    November 26, 2018

    Wrought iron gate

    Statement by ACE President Ted Mitchell on the Pardon of Matthew Hedges

    ACE President Ted Mitchell released a statement regarding the pardon of British Ph.D. student Matthew Hedges, who had been wrongfully imprisoned by the United Arab Emirates.

  • November 19, 2018

    Court reporter volumes

    Department of Education Releases Draft Rule on Title IX Sexual Assault

    The Department of Education released a proposed rule on Title IX sexual assault Friday, with publication in the Federal Register—which kicks off the formal 60-day comment period—yet to be announced.