MACAC Member Committees
MACAC serves members, students, and their families through many initiatives. We invite you to learn more about these committees and the work they do. MACAC members are encouraged to get involved in the efforts of the association. Volunteer now!
The AP Committee oversees ethics in the college admission process as put forth by NACAC's Statement of Principles of Good Practice and practiced in Minnesota.
Communication & Technology Committee
The Communication & Technology Committee assists with the writing, production and distribution of our quarterly membership newsletter, MACAC Matters. The committee also manages MACAC's website and helps MACAC identify and implement new ways to use technology in support of our membership and committees.
The Governance and Nominating Committee is responsible for reviewing MACAC bylaws and soliciting candidates for open MACAC Board positions.
The Government Relations Committee is the link between MACAC and what is happening with higher education and financing at the state and national levels.
The Inclusion, Access, and Success Committee identifies the needs of underrepresented populations, works to increase multicultural representation in leadership positions, educates underrepresented constituents, and does outreach.
The goal of the MACAC Membership Committee is to maintain current membership records and encourage timely communication between its membership, its leadership board and the National Association for College Admissions Counseling.
The MEF Committee coordinates college fairs throughout Minnesota to efficiently provide postsecondary information to high school students.
The National College Fair Committee works with NACAC's Executive Director of National College Fairs to plan and implement the annual Minnesota National College Fair.
The Professional Development Committee coordinates programs to assist in the professional and personal development of college admission and secondary school professionals.