The Mission of NAGAP is to engage and advance Graduate Enrollment Management Professionals by promoting excellence and collaboration through education, research, and professional development.
NAGAP, The Association for Graduate Enrollment Management is the only professional organization devoted exclusively to the concerns of individuals working in the graduate enrollment management environment.
Membership in NAGAP provides an opportunity to network with professional colleagues at all sizes and types of institutions: large and small, public and private, secular and non-secular.
The annual conference, development institutes, membership directory, monthly E-News and Perspectives newsmagazine, mentor program, and chapter affiliations all help facilitate communication among members.
The Mission of NAGAP is…to engage and advance Graduate Enrollment Management Professionals by promoting excellence and collaboration through education, research, and professional development.
The Vision of NAGAP is…to be leaders on the forefront of Graduate Enrollment Management.
Since its inception, NAGAP, the Association for Graduate Enrollment Management has been proactive in its commitment to diversity in its membership and in the profession. The Governing Board has worked collaboratively to reaffirm and articulate this long standing core value with the following official diversity statement:
NAGAP is committed to diversity and inclusiveness in all of its activities. This commitment embraces respect for differences including age, culture, disability, education, ethnicity, gender, life experiences, race, religion, and sexual orientation. NAGAP champions an open exchange of ideas in a collegial environment that embraces academic freedom, cooperation, mutual respect, and responsibility. NAGAP supports activities that promote and nurture professional development, best practices, research, and collaboration of a diverse and global community of graduate enrollment management professionals, encouraging dialogue that fosters professional growth among all of its constituents, in the US and internationally.