Saint Martin's Admissions Director to serve on boards of two collegiate organizations
Thursday, June 26, 2003
Lacey, Wash. - Saint Martin's College Admissions
Director Todd Abbott has been elected to serve as Western Region
representative on the National Catholic College Admissions Association
board. He will represent 19 Catholic colleges and universities in
Washington, Oregon, California and Hawaii.
association is a non-profit organization representing 220 Catholic
colleges and universities. It works to promote Catholic higher education
and to serve students, parents and counselors in the transition process
from high school to college through a website, college guides and other
Abbott also recently was elected to a three-year term
as treasurer of the Pacific Northwest Association for College Admission
Counseling. The 500-member organization consists of college, university
and high school admission professionals and high school counselors from
Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Alaska.
The association oversees admissions practices for the
Pacific Northwest, working to develop and maintain high standards that
promote ethical and social responsibility among those involved in the
process of planning for postsecondary education. The organization also
works to promote and protect the interests of students in the
postsecondary education planning process, develop professional
competency among its members and support networking and communication
opportunities among members.
Abbott, a 1995 Saint Martin's College graduate who
currently is working toward his Master of Business Administration
degree, has served in the College’s admissions office since 1996.
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