2022 Summer Institute

  • July 27, 2022
  • 1:00 PM
  • July 29, 2022
  • 2:00 PM
  • The University of Toledo

Registration

  • A paid membership is required to attend Summer Institute. OACAC is a valuable resource to all new admission professionals!
  • A paid membership is required to volunteer for Summer Institute. OACAC is a valuable resource to all admission professionals!
  • A paid membership is required to serve for Summer Institute. We are grateful! OACAC is a valuable resource to all admission professionals.



July 27th - July 29th @ University of Toledo


The Ohio Associate for College Admission Counseling (OACAC) is proud to host this year’s Summer Institute at the University of Toledo from 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, July  27th to 1:00 p.m. Friday, July 29th. This three-day intensive mentor-based institute brings together new admissions counselors with two years or less of experience together to foster a deeper understanding of the interaction between admissions counselors and high school counselors, as well as expert insight into current trends and issues within the profession. 


Through small mentor group discussions, workshops, and presentations, participants will learn; overarching job responsibilities, best practices, recruitment/travel, standardized testing, and advancing through the profession, to name a few. We are certain that the unique combination of a vibrant curriculum and diverse group of participants, committee members, and mentors will offer you a refreshing and rewarding experience.


Registration Deadline
Registration ends Friday, July 15th

Space is limited; early registration is highly encouraged.

Admission Professionals: $325

SI Committee Members: $225

SI Mentors & Presenters: Fee Waived 


Cost of Attendance
The cost of Summer Institute is $325 for admissions counselors and includes accommodations (double occupancy), meals (with the exception of Monday lunch), and Summer Institute materials.


Why attend Summer Institute?

Networking
Meet other college/university representatives who can help make your time on the road more enjoyable!

Get to know other representatives from multiple colleges and universities while interacting with high school and higher ed. colleagues who will serve as resources as you advance in your professional career.

Professional Development
Learn about making the transition to the college
admission profession both in the office and on the road.

Earn LPDC hours while getting college updates and attending workshop sessions designed just for you.  Also enjoy complimentary membership to OACAC (included in your registration fees – one time only offer) for the year.

Hands-On Experience
Attend an interactive session on the basics of a college fair including setup and learn the typical Q & A that are usually asked by school counselors, students and parents.

Build Confidence
Gain an understanding of your role as an admissions representative and the impact you make in the college-search process.


Have questions about OACAC Summer Institute?

Katie Barker, kewebb@bgsu.edu 
McKenzie Camerieri, mcamerieri@walsh.edu



More Important Information:



OACAC W9 is located at the link below.


https://oacac.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/W-9_OACAC.pdf



Refunds:

Refunds will be reviewed upon request up to two weeks (14 calendar days) before the first day of the event. Requests must be sent via email to execadmin@oacac.org . Please include an explanation for your request, the payee and USPS address. You may be refunded any monies less any applicable credit-card processing fees if the original payment was by credit card. Refunds may be issued by OACAC check. Refund checks will be issued no sooner than 30 days after the last day of the event. If an OACAC event is canceled by circumstances beyond the control of OACAC such as but not limited to acts of God, war, terrorist threats, government regulations, public health crisis, disaster, civil disorder, inclement weather, sudden outage of electricity or water at the venue, or curtailment of transportation facilities – to the extent that such circumstances make it illegal or impossible to allow the OACAC event to occur, the participant agrees that they will not hold OACAC liable for the cancellation and/or disruption of the event (if in progress) and thereby request a return of any paid fees including but not limited to conference registration fees, sponsorship commitment fees, exhibitor table fees, meals, hotel and transportation costs.


Food at the Event:

As caring, inclusive host organizations, we will always do our best to help you be safe and comfortable. Your hosts will offer as reasonably as possible a variety of foods that meet your lifestyle preferences (e.g. vegetarian, vegan). We are acutely aware of food allergies. While, we cannot mandate or control a nut free/allergy free/grain-free environment, we can, however, offer options and have clear signage on food when we commune together. We cannot, however, control what attendees nor passers-by bring in or consume in the venue.

We ask anyone with a food or environmental allergy to self-advocate and have a plan in place for what to do if they come in contact with an allergy causing element(s).  This may include having a medical plan, wearing a medical alert bracelet, keeping emergency medication on their person and having their cell phone on their person to call for help, if needed. 


Contact us

P.O. Box 959

Marysville, OH 43040

Ph: 937-642-1234

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