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The ADC needs your voice, your support, and your leadership. When your institution or organization becomes an ADC sponsor, you’ll participate in an array of activities and receive sponsor-only benefits.

As an ADC sponsor, you’ll:

Help shape ADC priorities and provide advice and direction regarding ADC activities.

Receive our quarterly e-newsletter, featuring federal policy updates, national news, and information on ADC publications and events.  

Have opportunities to attend in-person meetings where you’ll connect with College Board staff, EducationCounsel policy and law experts, and higher education professionals.

Provide input on the policy and legal resources that guide the enrollment management community.

Have opportunities to speak one-on-one with College Board and EducationCounsel staff.

Be recognized as a sponsor on the ADC website.

Be invited to at least one ADC event for which the ADC will cover the travel costs.

Get firsthand knowledge about College Board tools that can help you reach diversity-related enrollment and admission goals.

Most ADC resources and tools will remain free to use by the entire education community, regardless of sponsorship status.

For more information about becoming a sponsor, please send us an email with the following information:

  • Institution/Organization Name
  • Contact Person’s Name
  • Contact Person’s Phone Number
  • Contact Person’s Email
  • Address