Indiana Association for College Admission Counseling (INACAC)


The Indiana Association for College Admission Counseling is a professional organization of counseling professionals dedicated to serving students as they explore options and make choices about pursuing post-secondary education. Its mission is to establish and maintain high professional standards in college admissions guidance in the secondary schools and colleges.

With its 1,100+ members, INACAC is a powerful professional resource. In addition to obtaining access to professional development opportunities, members join a unique community of admissions and counseling professionals working together towards the common goal of helping students achieve post-secondary success.



  • (Added 5/15/24): 2024 – 2025 INACAC College Fairs
  • (Added 1/12/24): 2024 ADVOCACY WEBINAR SERIES: The Government Relations Committee (GRC) is excited to announce the 2024 Advocacy Webinar Series (AWS)! AWS will train you to advocate for students in higher education, read and understand legislation, and discuss current issues facing education. AWS is free for INACAC members. Register HERE.  The AWS consists of four webinars and an invitation to participate in this year’s Virtual State Advocacy Day. If you are unable to attend any of the virtual sessions (via Zoom) or the State Advocacy Day, alternatives can be provided! Those who complete AWS will be presented with a certificate at the 2024 INACAC Conference in Indianapolis.
    • January 16 from 2:00-3:00 EST: Overview of State Legislature System and Understanding Bills (Courtney Hott)
    • January 23 from 2:00 – 3:00 EST: NACAC Values & Ways to Advocate (CJ Powell)
    • January 30 2:00 – 3:00 EST: Gender Identity, Sexuality, and Mental Health
  • (Added 10/31/23, CounselorTalk)
    • Q: Is there a form or a way to access waiver codes for college applications? Through the Common App, it is an easy check box.  Some universities will have sections on their applications to be confirmed by the counselors, etc.  But, if this is not the case, I remember an old form that was used in the past. Does anyone remember this?
    • A: Yes, it is a NACAC fee waiver form.  You can read more here


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