Campus News

McDuff to head chief admissions officers group

Athens, Ga. – Nancy McDuff, associate vice president for admissions and enrollment management at the University of Georgia, is the incoming chair of the Association of Chief Admission Officers of Public Universities. She will take office next June at the organization’s annual meeting at the University of Colorado, Boulder and serve for two years.

ACAOPU is a professional association of admissions directors from major public institutions nationwide. The group meets three times a year to share information and discuss issues that impact the admissions field. As president, McDuff will stay abreast of current and emerging admissions issues across the country and speak on behalf of the membership.
“The association is completing a set of best practices in the admission of athletes, which will provide colleges with a useful resource,” McDuff said. “We also are working on a best practices summary for high school guidance counselors.”
McDuff has headed UGA’s undergraduate admissions office since 1995. She is also the past chair of the Georgia state council for the ACT.