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NACAC features Recruiting Technology to Improve Admission Counseling

Build Relationships with an Engaging Virtual Experience

One Platform to Recruit, Engage, and Welcome Students and Families

September 22-24 | George R Brown Convention Center | Houston, TX

NACAC features Recruiting Technology to Improve Admission Counseling

During the 2022 NACAC Conference in Houston, discover recruiting technology to improve the admission counseling experience for you and your best-fit students and most interested families.

Your Life as an Admissions Counselor

Right now, admissions counselors, on both sides of the admissions desk, use a variety of tech tools to identify, communicate, and track prospective students and families. The process to follow the data, travel, present, tour, interview, assess, and make an offer is not a linear one. You are also answering many of the same questions along the way.

Above all else, you are a relationship-builder.

Build Relationships with a Virtual Experience Platform

Make a great first impression and influence application decisions. Recruit, engage, and welcome prospective students, families, and staff with a Branded, exciting, and engaging virtual experience.

Join over 320 institutions in three countries using our creative services and technology solutions throughout the onboarding process - from admissions through enrollment.

  • Multiply your Recruiting Capacity
    • Expand your reach to answer essential questions at any time, on any device, anywhere in the world
  • Demonstrate Your Value
    • Show your prospects personalized, interactive, and video-rich content within a Branded and recognizable interface
  • Capture and Retrieve Pivotal Data
    • Easily access meaningful data to track interest and engagement in real-time

Meet the team from Advantage Design Group® at Booth 1714 during NACAC 2022