Transfer Admissions & Advising Committee

Bridging the knowledge gap between two and four year schools

A sneak peek of the 2016 conference

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Still wondering if the TAAC conference would be a worthwhile use of your time?  Have you already registered and anxious to hear what awaits you?  Here is a sneak peek* of the conference agenda:

SESSIONS

Behind the Scenes: Positively Impacting Success for Transfer Students Who Think “I Got This!”
Presented by Jared Brown, West Chester University

Dual Enrollment: What Transfer Professionals Need to Know
Presented by Sandy Cos and Katie Cosner, Delaware County Community College

Starting with the End in Mind: A Comprehensive Approach to Transfer Advising, from Outreach to Graduation, and Beyond!
Presented by Mary Beth Flynn, Temple University

Rebounding After a Challenging Academic Transition
Presented by Kim Allen-Stuck, Saint Joseph’s University

Blending Artificial Intelligence and Human Expertise to Provide Open Access to College Counseling
Presented by Kirk Daulerio, AdmitHub

Information Overload! Taking the Pressure off of Orientation by Creating a Mid-program Orientation
Presented by Dan Gilbert, Temple University

Just hit submit! Automating the Dual Admissions Intent Form Process
Presented by Sandra Gonzalez-Torres and Todd Jones, Community College of Philadelphia

Location-Based Enrollment Marketing for Transfer Student Recruitment: Geofencing vs. Geotargeting vs. Rooftop IP Targeting
Presented by Mark Cunningham, Carnegie Communications

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS

A portion of the day will allow attendees to choose from a variety of roundtable discussion topics including: international students, transfer policy, articulation, and high school counselor transfer support

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

David Hawkins is the Executive Director for Educational Content and Policy for the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC), based in Arlington, VA. The National Association for College Admission Counseling is a non-profit membership association that represents more than 14,000 high school counselors and college admission officers throughout the U.S. and around the world. NACAC is devoted to making the transition between high school and postsecondary education equitable, transparent, and fair. Mr. Hawkins holds a BA and MA in Government from the College of William & Mary.

VENDORS

  • CollegeSource, Inc. has been creating information technology solutions for higher education since 1971. More than 2,000 institutions and millions of users worldwide utilize CollegeSource products for degree audit, degree planning, and transfer articulation. For additional information on CollegeSource products, visit us online
  • College Transfer Guide – Reaching Students Who Finish
    Stop by our table to learn how you can attract community college students who are looking to earn their Bachelor’s Degree.
  • School Guide Publications has helped admissions directors recruit students since 1935. The recent launch of their new web site, collegetransferguide.com has brought new attention to the transfer student. The company is also helping NACAC promote its new “Transfer Knowledge Hub.”
    School Guide Publications – Established 1935 800.433.7771 – info@schoolguides.com
  • StudentLingo is a series of 42 interactive on-demand workshops, action plans, and resources focused on helping students achieve their academic, personal, and career goals. Support your students with online resources – 1 minute video

Like what you are reading?  Join us for the TAAC conference on
May 25th at Saint Joseph’s University!

 Register now for this affordable professional development opportunity.

*Note this is not a comprehensive agenda.  More information to come.

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