NCAG MISSION

Provide education and resources for college planning professionals, students and families.

What We Do

The National College Advocacy Group (NCAG) is a non-profit networking educational organization providing educational and resources for independent college admissions and financial aid professionals, financial advisors, students and families. We are dedicated to providing training and education regarding the ins and outs of college planning.

 

The NCAG is unique due to its membership of college financial and educational advisors. We excel in our approach to education, providing online live webinars on valuable topics which are recorded for future access as needed. You can initiate and/or expand your college admissions and financial planning knowledge from the comfort of your office or home. Our members; who are experts in college financing and admissions, also write articles on various subjects which are archived in our Resource Library, available to all members.

Click on the Example Webinars link above to view a NCAG webinar recording.

 

You can learn and expand your college planning knowledge from the comfort of your office or home. Our members, who are experts in college financing and admissions, also write articles on various subjects to share their knowledge with each other. Click on the Example Webinars link above to view a NCAG webinar recording. Just a few of the benefits of NCAG membership include: 

  • Access to a real person by telephone or e-mail to answer your college related questions
  • Free monthly webinars which qualify for continuing education credits for CPAs, CCPPs and other designations
  • Reduced rates for NCAG conferences
  • Monthly newsletters and E-Alerts on college planning topics
  • Access to a self-driven College Certification called a CCA (Certified College Advisor) 

In addition, we provide students and their families with our insight, resources, and information necessary to assist them in navigating their best path to attend and finance college. The NCAG also advocates for students, their families, and college financial/admissions advisors with the United States government and other agencies to improve the accessibility of college for everyone.

 

Become a part of this effective college planning organization now.