Educate, Elevate,
Empower and Engage

The AISAP Annual Institute remains the only gathering focused solely on the art and science of Admission and Enrollment Professionals.

The structure of this in-person event will enable you to learn strategies and concepts and then put them into action by putting your own plans together.

Whether you are entering, emerging, advancing or a master in the profession, you'll find sessions to help you continue to grow in your career.

The Program Guide

How to Engage

  • Participate with your cohort group
  • Explore and enjoy the Magnificent Mile and Chicago with colleagues before or after sessions
  • Ask your questions and learn from others
  • Set goals and track your progress


Agenda Highlights

  • Deep dive opportunities 
  • Sessions reflect the Learning and Development Framework
  • Hands-on learning experiences
  • Daily networking opportunities
  • Learning labs with sponsors


Who Should Attend

  • Admission and Enrollment Professionals (all levels)
  • Marketing and Communications Professionals
  • Financial Aid Professionals
  • Those who support admission and enrollment at their institution


Member Spotlights


The Annual Institute is a unique opportunity to grow as a professional. See why some of our members value this event. 


Kim Bair
Director of Enrollment Management

Washington Episcopal School

The Annual Institute provides a path to becoming the best admission professional I can be by going and learning from others. I've even said to my head of school that if I was faced with spending my own dollars or missing the Institute, I'd pay out of my own pocket to attend. It's that important. It's such a hands-down, 100% endorsement that I've gotten to the point where I feel badly for those who don't attend.

Ingrid Palmisano
Director of Enrollment Management

Miami Country Day School

AISAP offers professional growth opportunities as well as being an agent of self-reflective events and activities to help reveal your best self. I always leave the event recharged and grateful for finding others who really understand the struggles of the daily grind. The level of confidentiality and friendship you will find makes the tough days in the profession easier to walk-through.