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NACAC On Common App

KatherineWKatherineW Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
edited January 2012 in Common Application
Hi there,

I'm a little confused on how the online NACAC on common app works. At first, I thought it was done online by the counselor, but she hasn't had any clue about it. I tried to research online about it, but I haven't found an answer. Do I need to print out the NACAC forms and have my counselor sign and stamp them, and then send them directly to the college? If so, can I fax them to the college instead?

Thank you.
Post edited by KatherineW on

Replies to: NACAC On Common App

  • college_querycollege_query Registered User Posts: 4,381 Senior Member
    I believe they have to be mailed directly to the college. You could fax a copy in advance, but follow up with the actual document in the mail.
    * Students must complete the student section in its entirety.
    * The student’s secondary school counselor, independent counselor or TRIO representative must verify that the student is eligible to use the form.
    * The high school’s raised seal or stamp must be included on the form.
    * The form must be mailed directly to the admission office of the college or university to which the student is seeking admission.
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