Award descriptions and nomination form
The Jack Scott Award is the highest honor the Ohio Association for College Admission Counseling can bestow upon an individual. The criteria used to select a recipient are service and dedication to OACAC, contributions to the profession of high school guidance and college admission, and qualities such as humility, professionalism, dedication, fairness and unselfishness.
The Life Member Award gives life membership to recognize long and meritorious service to our profession (minimum 10 years). This award is also in recognition of significant participation and contributions to the activities of OACAC.
The M. Jeanne Talley Human Relations Award recognizes an individual whose contributions have led to the enhancement of relations among people of diverse cultures, ethnic groups, or with special needs. Nominee need not be a member of OACAC.
The New Member Award recognizes significant contributions to OACAC by a member with fewer than five years in high school guidance or college admissions.
Nominations are due December 1, 2017.