Rates to Attend:
A. Full Conference: Monday-Wednesday
INCLUDES ALL MEALS -$185
B. Full Conference (Presenter): Monday- Wednesday
INCLUDES ALL MEALS - $160
C. Tuesday Only
INCLUDES LUNCH AND SOCIAL TICKET - $125
D. Wednesday Only
INCLUDES BRUNCH - $95
Please contact Jean Howell at email@example.com if you are a retired member, student, or intern member and would like to register.
***If your institution is not a member of IACAC, please add $40 to the member prices listed above. If you are not a member, we encourage you to consider to join now.***
Benefits of Attending:
1) Gain valuable knowledge for your job
2) Professional development opportunity- High School Counselors earn PGP point!
3) Over 30 unique educational sessions offered
4) Meet, interact, and brainstorm with others in your field
5) Grow as a professional
6) Great speakers and an amazing Pre-Conference workshop
7) Socials and silent auction
Discover Student Loans
Go to College fairs
Indiana Commission for Higher Education
Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
Support the IACAC Conference 2019 and become a sponsor or exhibitor today. Check out our various levels of support. If you cannot attend the Conference, but would like to support remotely and still have your company listed on this site and in the program, let us know!
Questions on how to become a Sponsor?
Contact Catie Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org
A Huge Thank You to Our Current Sponsors...
"Eli Lilly and Company is dedicated to being a leading corporate citizen. As part of the company’s commitment, it established the Eli Lilly and Company Foundation in 1968. The Lilly Foundation is a tax-exempt private foundation that supports philanthropic initiatives designed to improve health and strengthen communities."
"Scoir is the free college guidance management system that acts as one network for everyone involved in the college admissions process."
“The College Board is a mission-driven not-for-profit organization that connects students to college success and opportunity. Founded in 1900, the College Board was created to expand access to higher education. Today, the membership association is made up of over 6,000 of the world’s leading educational institutions and is dedicated to promoting excellence and equity in education. Each year, the College Board helps more than seven million students prepare for a successful transition to college through programs and services in college readiness and college success — including the SAT and the Advanced Placement Program. The organization also serves the education community through research and advocacy on behalf of students, educators and schools."
“ACT is a nonprofit organization providing a continuum of integrated assessment solutions that align with our mission of helping people achieve education and workplace success.”
“The National Guard is a unique element of the U.S. military that serves both community and country. The National Guard offers many programs for every type of student, whether you're still in high school, attending college or working toward a vocational certification. “
“CampusLogic transforms the way higher education delivers student financial services with the first—and only—unified platform. Easy. Mobile. Personalized. By removing barriers from the student finance journey, our platform helps schools increase accessibility to education, reduce student borrowing, and drive completion. Schools can fully support students from college search to graduation, enabling them to understand the true cost of college early in the enrollment process, match to relevant scholarships, complete critical financial aid processes, and access easy-to-understand, digital award letters."
We promote the state of Indiana's college savings plan, collegechoice529 savings plan. 529 plans were established to help parents and grandparents save money for post-secondary or higher education. Their many unique features – from low fees to tax-advantaged investing – make them one of the most popular ways to save for college.
**Workshop: Bias, Micro-aggressions and Inequity: Using Mindfulness to Affect Change**
Danicia Monet, Programs Manager at Purdue University
Danicia is an arts & culture ambassador and urban planner pursuing her PhD on the User-Experience of Race. Her work is artistic in nature and based on the context of Race & Space – Growing Critical Cultural Capacity in the Built Environment. As a Vanguard Fellow and 1828 Alumni, she challenges the ideas of public space and place-making to encourage a people-centric status quo. Danicia holds a Bachelor in Urban Planning and Spanish from Ball State University & a Masters in Nonprofit Management with a focus on global relations and sustainability from Indiana University. She is a creative director, interaction designer and planner based in Indianapolis, IN with ongoing projects in Monteverde, CR, Dallas, TX and New Orleans, LA.
Jeremy Tiers, Director of Admissions Services at TCS
An expert in communication, relationship development, and leadership, Jeremy Tiers has quickly become a familiar name and speaker in college admission and enrollment management circles. He is the Director of Admissions Services for Tudor Collegiate Strategies (TCS) and leads their entire Admissions Division. TCS partners nationwide with college and university admissions, marketing, and campus visit teams, helping them with staff training workshops, ongoing professional development, and unique, research-based messaging that gives their clients a significant edge when it comes to getting the attention of, and communicating with, prospective students and parents throughout the student recruitment process. In addition to running the TCS Admissions Division, Jeremy has spoken at, and been the keynote speaker for, multiple NACAC affiliate conferences. He’s also been a speaker at the NACAC National Conference and a guest on Admissions Live, part of the popular Higher Ed Live network. CoachTiers, as he’s known on Twitter, is the editor of a well-known, weekly college admissions email newsletter.
Holly Moore, Vice President of Growing Leaders
Holly Moore is the Vice President of Growing Leaders, a non-profit organization that creates events and resources to teach leadership and career skills to young professionals. She served on the board of directors for a large children’s home and later served as that organization’s Director of Communications. She was also the Vice President of Advancement for Mercy Ships, a global non-profit organization providing free medical care in developing nations. She spearheaded development efforts that helped to launch the world’s largest privately funded hospital ship serving some of the poorest countries in the world. Holly’s most recent corporate position was the Vice President of Infusion Therapy and Healthcare Products for a Fortune 500 pharmacy services company where she managed multi-million dollar budgets with full profit and loss responsibility.