NACAC Will Likely Comply with DOJ Requests

As we previously reported back in January of 2018, the National Association for College Admission Counseling — an organization to which our managing director is a member and to which our organization has been a member for years — has been under scrutiny by the United States Department of Justice … 

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Why We Are Proud Members of NACAC and Proudly Not Members of the IECA

We write about college admissions every day here at Ivy Coach. As one can imagine, that can get tiresome and so, in a concerted effort to always keep things interesting, we’ve created heroes and villains of our college admissions blog. As an example, the University of Pennsylvania’s Dean of Admissions … 

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Department of Justice Investigates NACAC

As the United States Justice Department investigates the National Association for College Admission Counseling’s (NACAC’s) “Statement of Principles and Good Practice” for potentially restraining trade in violation of America’s free market system, a number of folks have come to NACAC’s defense. Willard Dix, a columnist on college admissions for “Forbes” … 

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Department of Justice Probes NACAC

The United States Department of Justice has launched an investigation into whether or not the ethics code of the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) — referred to as NACAC’s “Statement of Principles of Good Practice” — stands in violation of federal antitrust laws. A new version of NACAC’s … 

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