JB Pritzker, Governor, State of Illinois

ISAC Communiqué

Volume 33, Number 4C
October 2023

Messages sent to: Multiple Subscription Groups
  ISAC Communiqué

Welcome to the October 2023 ISAC Communiqué, which is a compilation of e-Messages sent through ISAC's e-Messaging service throughout October.

The articles in this electronic Communiqué have been organized according to the Counselor subscription groups to which the messages were distributed.

Questions?

Questions regarding information in this electronic Communiqué can be directed to School Services at 866.247.2172 or at [email protected]. On occasion, you may be directed to a specific contact person or area; when this occurs, we will provide the appropriate information in the individual article or message.


MULTIPLE SUBSCRIPTION GROUPS


State Scholar Processing Reminders
Sent to Principals/Superintendents/Administrators and High School Counselors/Teachers on October 26, 2023.

Unless otherwise noted, links in this message are to corresponding pages at the Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC) website (isac.org).

This message is provided to assist high schools with the 2024-25 State Scholar processing cycle, and to answer some commonly-asked questions.

You may either scroll through the remainder of this message, or click on the appropriate link(s) to go directly to a specific section:

If Sixth Semester Data Has Been Submitted for a Student, Why Do They Not Appear on the Student List Eligibility Screen or as an Early Announced Scholar?
When Is Sixth Semester Data Due?
For the Early Announcement Process, Where Is the "Run Selection" Box Located?
How Are Corrections Made after State Scholars Have Been Named for a High School?
How and When Are Appeals Submitted?
Where Can I Find More Information about the State Scholar Process?
(includes Reminder Regarding Certificates of Achievement for Future Years)

If Sixth Semester Data Has Been Submitted for a Student, Why Do They Not Appear on the Student List Eligibility Screen or as an Early Announced Scholar?

  • Only students for whom ISAC has successfully matched college entrance exam results will display on the Student List Eligibility screen and – for participating high schools – be considered during the early announcement process.
  • If a student's record does not appear on the Student List Eligibility screen or has not been considered during the early announcement process:
    • The high school should confirm that the student took an entrance exam (ACT or SAT) during the required timeframe (i.e., between August 1, 2022 and June 30, 2023).
      • If an entrance exam was taken during the required timeframe, then – after final State Scholar announcements have been made in late November – an appeal, including the student’s Test Score report, should be submitted to ISAC.
        • Only Test Score reports provided from the testing company will be accepted (ISAC cannot accept school system reports).
        • Appeals should not be submitted until after the final State Scholar announcements have been made (appeals submitted prior to that time will be held and reviewed after final announcements have been completed).
      • If an entrance exam was not taken during the required timeframe, then the student is not eligible for 2024-25 State Scholar consideration.

When Is Sixth Semester Data Due?

In order to ensure students are considered for 2024-25 State Scholar designation, submit sixth semester data to ISAC no later than Friday, November 3, 2023.

For the Early Announcement Process, Where Is the "Run Selection" Box Located?

  • High schools choose whether to include their eligible students for consideration in the early processing cycle.
    • Checking the "Run Selection" box (located on the "State Scholar Program: Search By School: Results" screen of the SSP system) allows the high school's students to be included for consideration in the next round of 2024-25 State Scholar announcements.
    • For high schools that submit sixth semester data via an Excel spreadsheet, the "Run Selection" checkbox becomes available to check after ISAC has processed the file and resolved any discrepancies.
      • An e-mail is sent to the high school's Primary Administrator (principal) and the School Contact (as listed in the SSP system's "State Scholar Program: Search by School: Results" screen) to indicate when the "Run Selection" box is available to check.
      • Before checking the box, be sure to review all submitted student data for accuracy.
    • For high schools that use the online process, the "Run Selection" box will be available immediately. The school simply needs to check the "Run Selection" box once the final sixth semester data has been submitted.

How Are Corrections Made after State Scholars Have Been Named for a High School?

Once a high school's State Scholars have been announced, changes to already-submitted data (for example, correcting the spelling of a name, or reporting that a student was designated as a State Scholar in error) must be submitted in writing to ISAC's School Services Department via: a fax to 847.831.8549; an e-mail to [email protected]; or, regular mail to ISAC's Deerfield address.

How and When Are Appeals Submitted?

Where Can I Find More Information about the State Scholar Process?

The following resources provide additional information about the State Scholar Program, including submitting sixth semester data, participating in the early announcement process, obtaining Certificates of Achievement* and validating State Scholar badges:

* Reminder Regarding Certificates of Achievement for Future Years

For the current State Scholar processing cycle (i.e., for Illinois students who will be college freshmen during the 2024-25 academic year), schools continue to have the option of printing their own Certificates of Achievement or having them printed and sent to them by ISAC after the final round of announcements has taken place.

High schools are reminded that – beginning with next year's State Scholar processing cycle (i.e., for Illinois students who will be college freshmen during the 2025-26 academic year) – ISAC will no longer print these documents. Rather, all high schools will need to print Certificates of Achievement for their State Scholars.


Join Us to Learn About Repaying Your Federal Student Loans
Sent to Principals/Superintendents/Administrators, High School Counselors/Teachers, College Admission Counselors, Illinois Electronic Transcript Exchange High School Participants, Illinois Electronic Transcript Exchange College Participants, Community Organizations, and Public Libraries on October 26, 2023.

If you have federal student loans,
payments have resumed!

Millions of federal student loan borrowers had their loans and interest payments automatically paused due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The payment pause ended on August 30, 2023, and repayment resumed in October.

To help borrowers across the state of Illinois, the Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC) is hosting free webinars on how federal student loan borrowers can navigate repayment. To register for a webinar, visit the Return to Repayment page.

Navigating Federal Student Loan Repayments

Join us on one of these dates in November to learn about navigating repayment, what repayment options are available, and how to stay out of default.

  • Wednesday, November 8, 5-6 p.m. (CT)
  • Monday, November 20, 12-1 p.m. (CT)
  • Wednesday, November 29, 12-1 p.m. (CT)

For questions, contact [email protected].


Join ISAC for FREE Professional Development Webinars in November!
Sent to Principals/Superintendents/Administrators, High School Counselors/Teachers, College Admission Counselors, Illinois Electronic Transcript Exchange High School Participants, Illinois Electronic Transcript Exchange College Participants, Community Organizations, and Public Libraries on October 24, 2023.

We are excited to share the free webinars happening in November. Please share these offerings with colleagues and partners! All webinars below are in Central Standard Time. To register, visit the Professional Development Webinar Calendar.

Professional Development hours and Continuing Education credits will be available. For questions, contact [email protected].

Financial Aid Application Completion Initiative

Join us on Tuesday, November 14, from 11-11:45 a.m. to learn how to access your students' financial aid application completion data through ISAC's Gift Assistance Program (GAP) Access portal. Through this free service to districts and schools, ISAC can share data daily to identify students who have not filed a financial aid application.

FAFSA Simplification: What We Know

The 2024-25 FAFSA will experience significant changes, which will impact students and families across the state of Illinois. Join us on Tuesday, November 14, from 1-2 p.m. to learn about the upcoming changes!

FAFSA Preview: On the Web

With new and enhanced skip logic, join ISAC on Tuesday, November 21, from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. to see a screen-by-screen view of what a dependent student's path will be for the 2024-25 FAFSA.

New ISAC Programs and Updates

Within the last few years, ISAC has implemented several new programs, including Nursing Education Scholarships, the Displaced Energy Worker Dependent Transition Scholarship Program, and more! Join us on Tuesday, November 28, from 11-11:45 a.m. to hear about these and other new programs, as well as updates to current ISAC programs.


Join ISAC for Our Financial Aid Trainings!
Sent to Principals/Superintendents/Administrators, High School Counselors/Teachers, College Admission Counselors, Illinois Electronic Transcript Exchange High School Participants, Illinois Electronic Transcript Exchange College Participants, Community Organizations, and Public Libraries on October 18, 2023.

We are excited to announce the return of in-person Financial Aid Trainings! These half-day trainings are offered to help school counselors, college and career staff, and everyone who supports students and families through the financial aid process.

We look forward to welcoming attendees to multiple locations across the state. The trainings are free to attend and are offered from November to January. To register and for more information, visit ISAC's In-Person Trainings page. Advance registration is required; walk-in registration will not be available.

We encourage everyone to check back often to the In-Person Trainings page as new dates and locations will be added as additional trainings are scheduled.

Professional Overview of Financial Aid Applications

Are you ready for the 2024-25 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®)? Join the Professional Development team to learn about the key changes to the 2024-25 FAFSA. We will discuss changes to the FAFSA, reporting parental information, and reporting financial information. Attendees will hear about updates to the Alternative Application for Illinois Financial Aid (Alternative Application) and learn how the many changes to the FAFSA will impact students and families.

For questions, contact [email protected].


State Scholar Early Announcements Have Begun
Sent to Principals/Superintendents/Administrators and High School Counselors/Teachers on October 17, 2023.

Unless otherwise noted, links in this message are to corresponding pages at the Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC) website (isac.org).

First Early Announcements of 2024-25 State Scholars Completed

ISAC is pleased to announce that the 2024-25 State Scholar Program (SSP) early announcement processing cycle has begun for those high schools that have chosen to participate. Scholars whose high schools participate in the early announcement process can benefit by including this academic achievement on their college admission applications.

  • Starting today (Tuesday, October 17, 2023), congratulatory letters will be mailed to named Scholars.
  • High schools for whom Scholars are named may check an individual student's status by viewing the "Selected for State Scholar" column on the "Student Results" screen within the SSP system.
  • A "Finalist" report may be generated via the SSP system. Instructions for generating this report are provided on pages 14-15 of the SSP Online Processing User Guide.

Weekly Announcement of State Scholars

From this point forward, a weekly announcement of 2024-25 State Scholars will be made for students attending high schools that have submitted sixth semester data with no unresolved discrepancies and have chosen to participate in the early announcement process. Results for these high schools will be reflected in the SSP system on Tuesday mornings.

Reminders

  • Sixth semester data is due to ISAC no later than Friday, November 3, 2023.
  • As was the case last year (when 2023-24 State Scholars were named), students with an Illinois Standard Test Score (ISTS) of 31 or higher are automatically designated as State Scholars; students with an ISTS lower than 31, but whose Weighted Selection Score (WSS) is greater than or equal to the cutoff score of 47, are also designated as State Scholars.
  • High schools choose whether to include their eligible students for consideration in the early processing cycle.
    • Checking the "Run Selection" box (located on the "State Scholar Program: Search By School: Results" screen of the SSP system) allows the high school's students to be included for consideration in the next round of 2024-25 State Scholar announcements.
    • For high schools that submit sixth semester data via an Excel spreadsheet, the "Run Selection" checkbox becomes available to check after ISAC has reviewed the file.
      • Once ISAC has reviewed the file, an e-mail is sent to the high school's Primary Administrator (principal) and the School Contact (as listed in the SSP system's "State Scholar Program: Search by School: Results" screen) to indicate the "Run Selection" box is available to check.
      • Before checking the box, be sure to review all submitted student data for accuracy.
  • Students whose high schools submit sixth semester data, but choose not to participate in the early announcement process, will be considered for State Scholar designation when the last announcement round takes place in late fall.
  • A sample press release, which can assist schools in announcing State Scholars, will be provided at the ISAC website after final announcements have been made.

Resources Available Online

The following resources provide additional information about the State Scholar Program, including submitting sixth semester data, participating in the early announcement process, obtaining Certificates of Achievement* and validating State Scholar badges:

*Reminder Regarding Certificates of Achievement for Future Years

For the current State Scholar processing cycle (i.e., for Illinois students who will be college freshmen during the 2024-25 academic year), schools continue to have the option of printing their own Certificates of Achievement or having them printed and sent to them by ISAC after the final round of announcements has taken place.

High schools are reminded that – beginning with next year's State Scholar processing cycle (i.e., for Illinois students who will be college freshmen during the 2025-26 academic year) – ISAC will no longer print these documents. Rather, all high schools will need to print Certificates of Achievement for their State Scholars.


Upcoming Important Dates from ISAC
Sent to Principals/Superintendents/Administrators, High School Counselors/Teachers, College Admission Counselors, Illinois Electronic Transcript Exchange High School Participants, Illinois Electronic Transcript Exchange College Participants, Community Organizations, and Public Libraries on October 13, 2023.

The Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC) would like to make you aware of the following information, which may be of interest to you and/or your college-bound students.

Unless otherwise noted, links in this message are to corresponding pages at ISAC's website (isac.org).

You may either scroll through the remainder of this message, or click on the appropriate link(s) to go directly to a specific section:

2024-25 (July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2025)

2023-24 (July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2024)

General Information (Not Specific to One Academic Year)

2024-25 ACADEMIC YEAR

By End of December 2023: 2024-25 FAFSA® Available

Because changes resulting from the FAFSA Simplification Act will take time to properly implement, the 2024-25 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) is expected to be available in December 2023 (rather than in October). ISAC anticipates availability of the Alternative Application for Illinois Financial Aid for the 2024-25 academic year to coincide with the launch of the 2024-25 FAFSA.

With the 2024-25 FAFSA:

  • up to 20 different colleges can be listed on the online FAFSA and have information sent to them (in prior years, only ten colleges could be listed);
  • due to a change in the methodology used to determine aid, a Student Aid Index (SAI) – rather than an expected family contribution (EFC) – is used to measure the student's (and, if applicable, the family's) ability to pay for college;
  • the new need analysis formula no longer factors the number of family members attending college into the calculation;
  • separate criteria to determine eligibility for the Federal Pell Grant Program, linking eligibility to family size and the federal poverty level, make program funds available to more students; and,
  • revisions to several of the processes and systems used to award federal student aid are required, including a new interface to directly receive federal tax information from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

The e-Library's 2024-25 FAFSA Completion area is updated on a regular basis as details are released regarding the 2024-25 federal process for requesting financial aid. Recordings of prior webinars regarding FAFSA Simplification, presented by the ISAC Professional Development staff, may be viewed via the Professional Development – On-Demand Webinars page. Watch for announcements regarding additional webinars that will be offered throughout the fall.

College-bound students and their families, who may be seeking information, can be directed to the Financial Aid: Completing the FAFSA area of ISAC's website – which will also be regularly updated as new information becomes available – and the Federal Student Aid studentaid.gov website.

FAFSA results are used to determine eligibility for the Monetary Award Program (MAP) grant, as well as several other forms of federal, state and institutional financial assistance.

Prior to October 18: Register or Join Waitlist for 2023 FAFSA Symposium

An October 12 e-Message announces that spaces for the upcoming 2023 FAFSA Symposiums are filling up quickly. Tickets are still available for the symposium at Illinois Central College (on October 25, 2023). Although registration has closed for the symposium at Moraine Valley Community College (on November 7, 2023), you can join the waitlist in case space becomes available. Registration and ability to join the waitlist for the symposiums will close on Wednesday, October 18, 2023.

MAP Start-up Formula

At its September 21, 2023 meeting, the Illinois Student Assistance Commission approved a start-up formula for 2024-25 academic year MAP grants, with a maximum award of $8,400. Additional details regarding the formula are provided in a September 22 e-Message.

By June 30: High School Juniors Take College Assessment Exams for State Scholar Consideration

Eligibility for the State Scholar Program is based, in part, on a student's highest qualifying ACT or SAT score. High school juniors who are potential candidates will need to take one of the accepted exams during the specified timeframe to be considered for State Scholar designation, even though Illinois' public institutions are now prohibited from requiring the submission of student test scores as part of the admissions process.

For current high school juniors, only exams taken between August 1, 2023 and June 30, 2024 qualify for consideration in the State Scholar announcements that will be made during their senior year (i.e., high school juniors, who will be college freshmen during the 2025-26 academic year, will be named Scholars during the fall of 2024). Further details are provided for students at the State Scholar Program page of our website.

2023-24 ACADEMIC YEAR

November 3: Sixth Semester Data Due for State Scholar Processing

As announced in a September 26 e-Message, ISAC continues to accept and process sixth semester data (for high school seniors, who will be college freshmen during the 2024-25 academic year and will be named State Scholars during the fall of 2023) via the Excel file upload and online processes. Schools are encouraged to submit their sixth semester data as soon as they are able to do so, and no later than Friday, November 3, 2023.

You will be notified via the usual means (the "Program News" section of the State Scholar Program area, the Counselor Message Board, and/or ISAC's e-Messaging service) as new information becomes available – including notification of when the first round of early announcements will take place. In the meantime, please continue to submit sixth semester data for your high school.

Looking Ahead

The September 26 e-Message also reminds counselors about changes to the Certificates of Achievement process, which will take effect beginning with next year's State Scholars processing cycle for Illinois students who will be college freshmen during the 2025-26 academic year.

GENERAL INFORMATION

October 18: "ISAC Transcript Exchange – Parchment Preview" Webinar

Learn how to make the switch from paper to electronic transcripts via the ISAC Transcript Exchange by participating in a webinar being offered from 10-10:45 a.m. (CT) on Wednesday, October 18, 2023. Further details are provided in an October 12 e-Message.

October 19: "Lessons Learned from Learning Renewal Efforts" Webinar

The Illinois Education and Career Success Network (Success Network) is hosting a free webinar from 2-3 p.m. (CT) on October 19, 2023, where participants will hear from Success Network Leadership Communities about lessons learned in implementing learning renewal efforts. More details, including access to online registration, are provided in an October 5 e-Message.

October 20: Session Proposals for First Gen Symposium Due

Session proposals for ISAC's first annual First Gen Symposium – which will take place in-person on Thursday, November 30, 2023, in Springfield, Illinois – must be submitted no later than 11:59 p.m. (CT) on Friday, October 20, 2023. Further details are provided in a September 27 e-Message.

Throughout October: "Return to Repayment" Webinars

The federal student loan payment pause has come to an end, and ISAC is hosting free webinars in October regarding how student loan borrowers can navigate repayment. Further details – including dates, times, and how to register – are provided in a September 26 e-Message.

November 16: In-Person PaCE Training

Join ISAC for a free, full-day (9 a.m. – 4 p.m.) Illinois Postsecondary and Career Expectations (PaCE) in-person training that is being offered at two locations (Oakton Community College and Rend Lake College) on Thursday, November 16, 2023. More information, including how to register, is provided in an October 11 e-Message.

December 7: Next Commission Meeting

The next meeting of the Illinois Student Assistance Commission is scheduled to take place on Thursday, December 7, 2023. Further details, including a listing of tentative agenda items, will be available prior to the meeting via the ISAC's Governing Board: The Commission section of the About ISAC area.

The Commission Meeting Schedule page will soon be updated with information regarding all meetings scheduled in 2024.

Holiday Schedules

ISAC staff will be unavailable for these holidays:

  • Friday, November 10 – Veterans Day (observed)
  • Thursday, November 23 – Thanksgiving Day
  • Friday, November 24 – Day after Thanksgiving
  • Monday, December 25 – Christmas
  • Monday, January 1 – New Year's Day

Staff will again be available the first business day immediately following each holiday.

Processing Schedules

Although ISAC staff will be unavailable on the days listed above, the State Scholar Program system will be available during regularly scheduled hours.

Click on the following link to access holiday processing schedules for State Scholar records.

System Availability

For Assistance

Access the Counselors area anytime, or send an e-mail message to ISAC's School Services Department. With the exception of days when ISAC staff members are unavailable, we will review and respond to messages during regular business hours of Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (CT).


Only One Week Left to Register for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Symposiums!
Sent to Principals/Superintendents/Administrators, High School Counselors/Teachers, College Admission Counselors, Illinois Electronic Transcript Exchange High School Participants, Illinois Electronic Transcript Exchange College Participants, Community Organizations, and Public Libraries on October 12, 2023.

ISAC FAFSA Symposium

There is only one week left to register for ISAC's fifth annual FAFSA Symposium!

Tickets are still available for the symposium at Illinois Central College on Wednesday, October 25.

Registration has closed for Moraine Valley Community College on Tuesday, November 7. Those who are interested can join the waitlist in case space becomes available.

Registration and ability to join the waitlist for the symposiums will close next Wednesday, October 18, 2023. For registration and details (including how to join the waitlist for the Moraine Valley Community College location), visit the FAFSA Symposium page.

Professional Development (PD) hours and Continuing Education (CE) credits will be offered to attendees at the rate of one unit per contact hour.

For questions about either symposium, contact [email protected].


Do You Send Paper Transcripts? Make the Switch to Electronic, It's Easy!
Sent to Principals/Superintendents/Administrators, High School Counselors/Teachers, Illinois Electronic Transcript Exchange High School Participants, and Illinois Electronic Transcript Exchange College Participants on October 12, 2023.

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Don't Forget to Join ISAC for a
Webinar on the ISAC Transcript Exchange!

Are you wondering if you should make the switch from sending paper transcripts to sending transcripts electronically? If yes, the ISAC Transcript Exchange is just what your school needs!

The ISAC Transcript Exchange, powered by Parchment, allows high school students to have their transcripts sent electronically to the college(s) of their choice, the Common App, and more for free. The ISAC Transcript Exchange is free for all Illinois public and private high schools.

ISAC Transcript Exchange – Parchment Preview

Join us on Wednesday, October 18, from 10-10:45 a.m. (CT) to learn about the ISAC Transcript Exchange, how to navigate the student and administrator dashboards, and gain efficiencies by switching from paper to electronic transcripts. To register, visit www.isac.org/pd/webinars.html.

For questions on ISAC's Transcript Exchange, contact [email protected].


Note: ISAC will not be offering Continuing Education (CE) credits or Professional Development (PD) hours for this webinar.


Join ISAC for Our NEW Illinois PaCE Training!
Sent to Principals/Superintendents/Administrators, High School Counselors/Teachers, College Admission Counselors, Illinois Electronic Transcript Exchange High School Participants, Illinois Electronic Transcript Exchange College Participants, Community Organizations, and Public Libraries on October 11, 2023.

Illinois PaCE

We are excited to announce our first in-person Illinois Postsecondary and Career Expectations (PaCE) Training since Spring 2020! Join us for a full-day training (9 a.m. – 4 p.m.) that will take place on Thursday, November 16, 2023, at two locations:

  • Oakton Community College
  • Rend Lake College

We thank Oakton Community College and Rend Lake College for their partnership in hosting this training.

The training will discuss how to get started, how to successfully implement the Illinois PaCE Framework or a PaCE-aligned framework, and the steps your school and district can take to build and establish partnerships within your community.

The training is free to attend! Registration is open to school counselors, school administrators, college and career staff, and everyone who supports students to be college and career ready.

For more information and registration details, visit the In-Person Training page. For questions, contact [email protected].


Webinar: Lessons Learned from Learning Renewal Efforts
Sent to Principals/Superintendents/Administrators, High School Counselors/Teachers, College Admission Counselors, Community Organizations, and Public Libraries on October 5, 2023.

What have we learned from the learning renewal efforts? How can we make plans for sustainability? The Illinois Education and Career Success Network (Success Network) invites you to join them for a free webinar on October 19 from 2 to 3 p.m. to hear from Success Network Leadership Communities about lessons learned in implementing learning renewal efforts. We will hear from Peoria Public Schools about their engagement with the Illinois Tutoring Initiative, a program developed with higher education institutions. East St. Louis School District 189 and Buffalo Grove High School will discuss their credit recovery efforts. Q&A time is included.

Presenters:

Register Now
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ISAC COMMUNIQUÉ


September 2023 ISAC Communiqué
Sent on October 2, 2023

The September 2023 edition of the ISAC Communiqué is now available for your review, and may be accessed via the Partner e-Messages & Newsletters section of the e-Library for Partners at isac.org. This electronic version of ISAC's newsletter is a compilation of information provided to Counselor partners via ISAC's e-Messaging service over the past month.

Topics covered in theSeptember 2023 ISAC Communiqué include:

  • Save the Date for the First Annual First Gen Symposium!
    (sent September 27, 2023)
  • Join Us to Prepare for Federal Student Loan Payments Due in October
    (sent September 26, 2023)
  • Processing Update for 2024-25 State Scholars (Impacting High School Graduating Class of 2024)
    (sent September 26, 2023)
  • 2024-25 MAP Start-up Formula Approved
    (sent September 22, 2023)
  • Back to School in Full Swing? Join ISAC for FREE Professional Development Webinars in October!
    (sent September 21, 2023)
  • Do You Send Paper Transcripts? Make the Switch to Electronic, It's Easy!
    (sent September 20, 2023)
  • Updated Illinois Career Pathways Dictionary
    (sent September 19, 2023)
  • Commission Meeting Thursday, September 21
    (sent September 18, 2023)
  • Registration Open for the 2023 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) Symposium
    (sent September 13, 2023)
  • Don't Forget to Join Parchment
    (sent September 5, 2023)
  • August 2023 ISAC Communiqué
    (sent September 1, 2023)

Encourage Your Colleagues to Sign Up for e-Messaging

ISAC's e-Messaging service is our primary means of communicating information to Counselor partners.

Encourage your colleagues who have not done so to subscribe through the Counselors e-Messaging sign-up page at isac.org today, so that they won't miss future announcements or updates from ISAC.

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