RMACAC’s eLibrary hosts a variety of organized and published content on resources, events, and reports.

If you have any resources you would like to share with our members you can email Communications Chair, Lisa Jacobs.

State Counseling Associations

Arizona Counselors Association
Colorado School Counselor Association
Colorado Council on High School/College Relations
New Mexico School Counselor Association
Utah School Counselor Association
Wyoming School Counselor Association

Noteworthy Articles and Resources

Inside Higher Ed
College Board Resources
ACT Resources for K - 12 Counselors
SallieMae Paying for College Resources

Recommended Books & Blogs

NACAC Summer Reading List
Guide to Most Competitive Colleges - Barrons
The College Finder - David Antonoff
Fiske Guide to the Colleges - Edward Fiske
Insiders Guide to the Colleges - Yale Daily Press
Colleges That Changes Lives - Loren Pope 
Where You Go is Not Who You Will Be - Frank Bruni

Tulane Blog
Georgia Tech Blog
University of Virginia Blog
Vanderbilt Blog
Tufts Blog

Podcasts & Webinars

Webinars for High School Counselors
Future U podcast
GPACAC Podcasts
NACAC College Admissions Decoded Podcast

Additional Resources

Supporting Native American Students
     Supporting Native American Students – by Danielle Yepa Gunderson  |  uploaded June 18, 2018

How to Make the Most out of a College Fair
     Michelle Rasich, Director of College Counseling, Rowland Hall, SLC, Utah

2019 New Mexico Roadmaps

Creating a Connected Culture
     Lisa McVann, Soña Saiz, Merrilee Saige - Las Cruces, NM
University of New Mexico School of Engineering
     Engineering Resources Handout
     Why Computer Science for NM Students?
     Engineering: It's for more students than you think
     Why Study Engineering?
     Mechanical Engineering
     What is Nuclear Engineering?
     Stefi Weisburd, Outreach and Education Manager, School of Engineering, University of New Mexico

Understanding and Serving Native American Students
     Danielle Yepa Gunderson, Associate Director of College Counseling, Director of Native American Studies

The University of New Mexico - Honors College
     UNM Honors College
     UNM Honors Activity