The National Association of College Deans, Registrars and Admissions Officers was founded in 1925. The major purposes for establishing an organization were to provide a forum for Deans and Registrars of black colleges to discuss mutual opportunities.
To improve professional competency through sharing common experiences
To serve as a vehicle for membership institutions to explore best practices within their specialty
To provide knowledge and insights for deans, registrars, admissions officers and student services professionals (i.e. financial, student support services and residence life).