The Association of Community College Trustees is pleased to announce a three-part webinar series focused on strengthening the federal Pell Grant program to boost student access and success. Each session in the series will feature a panel of experts, students, and college leaders covering key topics, including the Pell maximum award, Pell for short-term programs and Second Chance Pell. This webinar series will provide attendees essential information on community colleges’ top advocacy priorities for the Pell Grant program in preparation for the upcoming Community College National Legislative Summit.
The National Legislative Summit is the premier community college advocacy event in Washington, DC, bringing together more than 1,000 community college leaders. The event shines a spotlight on the importance of our nation’s community colleges for Congress and the Administration.
ACCT is excited to invite our members to participate in a free webinar designed to better acquaint board chairs with parliamentary procedures.
WASHINGTON, DC—November 23, 2020—The Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT), with support from Guardian Life, today released the third report in a four-part series detailing critical issues and strategies related to community colleges’ roles in workforce development.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) has selected the American Public Human Services Association (APHSA) in partnership with the Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) and National Community Action Partnership (NCAP) for a FY 2020 Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Employment & Training (E&T) National Partnership Grant. Selected through a competitive process, this three-year grant totals $2.1 million and kicked off on September 30, 2020.
The Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) and The Institute for College Access & Success (TICAS) today released What Works: College Strategies for Reducing Student Loan Default, a brief highlighting approaches to default prevention that community colleges use to support students and improve their cohort default rates (CDRs).
During Thursday’s closing general session of the 2020 ACCT Congress, New ACCT Board of Directors Chair David Mathis charged community college leaders to make their institutions’ commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion a “living promise” to “fulfill the vision of universal access.”
2020 ACCT Awards Recognize Outstanding Community College Trustee, Equity Program, CEO, Faculty and Professional Board Staff
As the 2020 ACCT Leadership Congress continued virtually for its third day on Wednesday, a keynote speaker challenged community college leaders to consider the “paradox” of Americans needing education and training more than ever in the wake of the pandemic even as higher education enrollments continue to fall.
The founder and CEO of one of the world’s largest online learning platforms urged community college leaders to consider the long-ranging benefits of this year’s rapid pivot to online learning during the second day of the 2020 ACCT Leadership Congr