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The National CCAA Texas Recruitment Program


About the tour

2018 Tour dates: October 21 to 26

For the fourth year, the National CCAA will offer a recruitment program covering major cities in Texas: Dallas, San Antonio, and Austin. The tour will also again include participation in a TACRAO-sponsored college fair in San Antonio and another college fair in Dallas. We are pleased to offer the same quality and expertise with the Texas tour that is offered with our other tours, at a cost-efficient price. 

The deadline to register for the Texas Recruitment Program has passedYou may email Joyce Masek, Executive Director, with further questions. 

Registration is open only to National CCAA member institutions.

*All college representatives participating in the Texas Recruitment Program must attend every CCAA-sponsored high school visit, college fair, and counselor reception during the week. The program is promoted with the understanding that all participating schools will be at each event.* 

If you have any questions, please contact this year's tour coordinators, Rita Del Rios Winthrop (Salve Regina University, RI), or Maira Rodriguez (Marquette University, WI). 

Click here for the National CCAA member institutions participating in the 2018 tour >>

Click here for the developing 2018 schedule (subject to change) >>

Click here for details about making hotel reservations in Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio. at special rates that we have arranged . Please note that the first hotel reservation deadline is October 3. >>

Click here for the visit schedule from the 2017 tour >> 

Click here for the National CCAA member institutions that participated in the 2017 tour >>

About National CCAA Recruitment Tours

Participants often indicate that National CCAA recruitment tours stand apart from other organized recruitment tours. Many representatives return each year because they find that the affinity with other Catholic colleges and universities broadens interest from students considering a Catholic college or university. They also enjoy the unique camaraderie, building stronger professional networks with admission colleagues and secondary school counselors.

Participants appreciate that the tour details – including school visits, fairs, and transportation – are well organized by National CCAA staff, leaving representatives more time before and during the trip to develop relationships with schools and students.

In general, group travel is cost effective, and our recruitment programs tend to be even less expensive than similar recruitment tours offered by other organizations.