MS 747 - Michigan Association for College Admission Counseling
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The Michigan Association for College Admission Counseling donated their archives to the Center for Archival Collections on July 14, 1993, to be part of the National Student Affairs Archives. Additions to the collection are made annually. The collection dates from 1960 to the present and is comprised of board minutes and files, conference programs and files, publications and photographs. No restrictions exist on the research use of the collection and copying is permitted for administrative and scholarly purposes. The collection was arranged and finding aid written by W. Alex Smith, archival assistant, in June 2006.
The Michigan Association for College Admission Counseling adopted their first constitution at a meeting in Pittsburgh on May 8, 1960. MACAC was established as a charter member of the National Association of College Admission Counselors. The purpose of the organization is to establish and maintain high professional standards in college guidance and admissions at both the high school and college level. Today, MACAC has 350 institutional members and over 1,100 individual members. At their annual spring conference, the MACAC presents the William Gramenz Award. This honor was first awarded in 1977 and is presented for life time achievement in counseling. For more information on MACAC, visit their web site at: http://www.macac.org
The Michigan Association for College Admission Counseling collection is organized into six record groups: Administrative Files; Subject Files; Committees; Publications; Conferences; and, Photographs. These record groups are divided into record series which are described below.
Executive Board/Committee Minutes and Files
Programs and Workshops