- Five Years of NACADA Involvement & Membership
Applicants must be members in good standing of NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising, with a minimum of five years of membership with increasing involvement and responsibility in the organization (e.g., leadership at the state, regional, national/international level, conference presentations, Institute participation).
- Representing NACADA
Knowledge of and commitment to NACADA's Vision, Mission, and Strategic Goals, Core Values, Core Competencies and EAA Conditions of Excellence, are essential for representing the Association as a consultant or speaker.
- Academic Advising Experience
Applicants must demonstrate proven academic advising experience and expertise, and/or specific expertise in areas related to academic advising (e.g., issues in higher education, special student populations, advising delivery systems). This information may be demonstrated by submitting written material and presentations and should also be listed in the applicant’s Curriculum Vitae.
Thank you for your interest in applying to become a NACADA AACSS Consultant and/or Speaker.
Before completing this application, candidates are strongly encouraged to view the video located to the right, So You Want to Be a NACADA Consultant or Speaker: A Primer for Prospective Applicants and review the Excellence in Academic Advising Program’s Conditions of Excellence.