AACRAO's 101st
Annual Meeting

Attend AACRAO's 101st Annual Meeting

Over the past century, AACRAO has positioned itself as a recognized source for information on student admissions, academic records, international education, and enrollment management. AACRAO remains committed to expanding the scope and breadth of our programmatic offerings to meet the changing demands and needs of the professions we serve. Please join us at our 101st Annual Meeting in Baltimore, where we have developed a program to help you improve your knowledge and skill base, as well as give you the opportunity to network with colleagues and work towards new goals. We look forward to helping you navigate a path to the future for your students and institution.

Opening and Closing Speakers

AACRAO is pleased to announce the opening and closing speakers for the Annual Meeting:

 Scott Simon
 Host, Weekend Edition Saturday on NPR and Need  to Know on PBS, Writer &  Novelist
 Opening Plenary Presenter
 Sunday, April 12, 5:45 pm - 6:45 pm
Scott Simon sponsored by

 Madeleine Albright
 Former U.S. Secretary of State and Chair of Albright  Stonebridge Group and Albright Capital  Management LLC
 Closing Plenary Presenter
 Wednesday April 15,11:45 am – 12:45 pm

Portrait by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders

Madeleine Albright sponsored by


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