Fellows Program

2015 Annual Conference


The Fellows Program is one of the greatest annual professional development opportunities offered by Texas Association for College Admission Counseling (TACAC).  This program is sponsored by the Inclusion, Access and Success committee.  The program is designed to enable admission professionals who work with students from under-represented populations and who work in a setting adversely affected by budget cuts or limitations to participate in professional development opportunities.  

Conference fellow recipients will receive:
  • Complimentary one year individual TACAC membership
  • Complimentary conference registration fee
  • Shared conference hotel accommodations (with another grant recipient)

2018 Conference Fellows Applications and letters of support will be available fall 2017 and will be due mid December.

Admission and College Counseling Institute fellow recipients will receive:
  • Complimentary one year individual TACAC membership (if not already a member)
  • Complimentary ACCI registration fee

Should you wish to be considered for an ACCI Fellows grant, please complete an  ACCI Fellows Application 2017 due May 24, 2017.


Chair: Megan Greene, San Jacinto College

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Should you wish to be considered for a Fellows grant, please return to this page for current opportunities.


The TACAC Fellows program gave me an entry point to engage with the conference in a truly unique way.  I not only got to meet and interact new people from all over the state, but I had a front row seat (quite literally) for all the major events. In an association where we often discuss providing access for our students, the fellows program gave me access to new strategies and best practices to student success on my campus. Thanks to the fellows program I was able to join a community of professionals that will help me to grow as a college advisor.  Maura Bailey, Academic Success Program, 2016 Conference Fellow

By being an ACCI fellow I was able to learn and utilize very useful tactics when it came to my school visits and TACRAO fairs. All of the sessions that were provided helped to ensure that I would be as ready as possible once the fall semester began. At ACCI, I learned tips on how to communicate with my students, high school counselors, parents, and even my colleagues. Being an ACCI fellow has also allowed me to connect with counselors from other universities and colleges. The networking experience that I was able to receive has been very beneficial. I definitely do not think that I would have had an as successful first semester of being an Admissions Counselor without the help of TACAC and the Fellows program. I look forward to learning and growing even more in this world of admissions with each conference, school visit, and fair that I attend. Jalon Berry, Sam Houston State University, 2016 ACCI Fellow