2021-2022 MOACAC Membership Renewal

We would like to thank you for your support of MOACAC this past year. Our members make the organization what it is and you are no exception! We are grateful for your involvement and contribution.  We are hoping that you will renew your membership for the 2021-2022 school year.

If you are still undecided about renewing, let us remind you of some of the privileges MOACAC members enjoy:

  • Free or reduced cost to attend professional development events for college admission reps and high school counselors including the annual CUBE Conference, Tools of the Trade conference (for college reps), College Counseling Institute (for high school counselors), the counselor bus tour, and the annual spring conference.
  • Becoming part of the email list to receive notification about upcoming MOACAC events, workshops, fairs, and other opportunities
  • Access to the Member Resources portion of the website including posted job openings and the membership directory
  • Stay informed about any changes to college admission practices
  • Various opportunities for professional development 
  • Qualification for your school's participation in the Braxton Rethwisch Scholarship competition (student's high school and matriculating college must be members for award to be given)

We hope that you will take the time to renew your membership today.  If you have questions regarding your membership, please contact one of us for assistance.

Sincerely,

The MOACAC Membership Chairs

Shelley Gerringer, College and Career Counselor, Liberty High School   michelle[email protected]

Mary Giunta, College and Career Counselor, Affton High School  [email protected]

In Memory of Braxton Rethwisch

 

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Braxton Rethwisch, For more than 50 years, Braxton served as an Admission Counselor at Central Methodist College, his alma mater, lovingly ushering in generations of prospective students. Braxton served MOACAC in various capacities over the years, most notably as our long-time legislative chair and champion who advocated for students and our profession in both Jefferson City and Washington, D.C.

Braxton leaves behind his wife, Judy, his children, Carter and Christine (Patrick) Nigh, and several grandchildren.

Good friends and colleagues, Diane Drilling, Drury University, and Mary Giunta, Affton High School, have shared their thoughts about Braxton's impact on their lives here.

Remembrances and Tributes for Braxton Rethwisch

 

NACAC College Admission Status Update: Coronavirus Impact

As a service to students and families, NACAC is providing this online tool as a central resource for information about changes in college admission events, deposit dates, and more as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.

The chart provided on their site includes updates from colleges and universities worldwide. This tool will update in real-time as they receive input from post-secondary institutions. To export a copy of these results, click on the three ellipses in the upper right corner of this downloadable version.

We hope this resource will make it easier for students and others to navigate the college admission process during this unprecedented time.

NACAC College Admission Status Update

Disclaimer on In-Person College Fairs

At this time, the schedule for the Regional College Fairs is tentative, pursuant to local health and safety regulations at each venue. Because of this, the registration window for the RCFs will be delayed and shortened. Registration for the Regional College Fairs will open on August 9 and close August 25, and will be done through the MOACAC website. Registration for all other fairs is handled by the host school or school district. Please contact the individual listed for further information regarding those fairs.

Health and safety protocols are the responsibility of each college fair, based on local conditions and regulations. MOACAC does not assume liability for in-person events, and encourages attendees to inquire about the physical arrangements at a particular venue as necessary.

 

 

 

Black Lives Matter

 

MOACAC's Presidents' Statement

 

Volunteering with MOACAC

Do you want to get involved, but not sure how? The best way to start getting involved is by completing our Volunteer Form. You will be able to let us know which committees you have the most interest in getting involved with, and those committee chairs will be able to reach out to you with volunteer opportunities within their committees!

Continue to our Volunteer Form