Thank you for considering serving as a reviewer for the NACAC Conference 2023 Call for Education Session Proposals process. Reviewers are integral to the creation of the educational content offered at the NACAC Conference. Interested candidates must apply to be a reviewer and identify three areas of expertise that will guide the proposals that they will be assigned.


  • May 12: Deadline for all Proposal Submission Reviews

Reviewer Requirements

If you have been accepted as a Reviewer, you must:

  • Ensure that you have received the Reviewer invite and logged in.
  • Rate all assigned Proposal Submissions by Friday, May 12, 11:59PM ET/8:59 PT
  • Provide comments for each Proposal to support your decision.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are answers to questions you may have about serving as a reviewer: 

Click here to review the rubric that will be used to assess all NACAC Conference education session proposals. 

For each category listed on the rubric, reviewers should provide justification for the rating. These comments can include suggestions on how to improve the session, changes that need to be made, etc. 

No, session organizers and speakers cannot see reviewer comments. They may request an explanation as to why their proposed education session was rejected, but they will not receive a copy of the comments left by reviewers. 

If a reviewer believes a proposed education session should be presented at NACAC Conference 2023 but needs to be reformatted, they will have the opportunity to share these thoughts after submitting their “Overall Session Rating.” 

On the rubric, there is a section specifically dedicated to the speakers planning to present each proposed education session. Reviewers will have the option to rate from “Strongly Disagree” to “Strongly Agree” how much the speakers’ experience matches what is required to present their proposed education session.

Absolutely! Please email NACAC’s Education and Training Team if you are accepted as a reviewer and want to take on more applications. 

Have another question that was not answered here? Contact NACAC’s Education and Training Team.