ACCT’s awards program is designed to recognize and honor outstanding community college trustees, equity programs, presidents, faculty members, and professional board staff members at regional and national levels.
During the second day of the Community College National Legislative Summit, the two leaders of a key Senate committee expressed optimism that critical components of the Higher Education Act would be reauthorized in the coming months.
As the 2020 Community College National Legislative Summit kicked off Monday, a U.S. Department of Labor official and other speakers stressed the importance of further integrating higher education and workforce development.
It is with great sadness that we share the loss of Wayne Thomas Newton, 84, a longtime member of the ACCT family beloved for his singular kindness and passion.
With the support of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, ACCT will assess the needs of rural community colleges, focusing specifically on five states: California, Iowa, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Texas.
2019 ACCT Awards Recognize Outstanding Community College Trustee, Equity Program, CEO, Faculty and Professional Board Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. –The Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) is pleased to announce the elections and appointments of new ACCT Board of Directors and ACCT Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee members and officers. All members were sworn into office on October 18 and 19 during the 50th Annual ACCT Leadership Congress at the Hilton Union Square in San Francisco, California.
ACCT kicked off the 2019 Community College Leadership Congress in San Francisco Wednesday with a look back at the tumultuous half-century since the organization’s founding in 1969—and a look to the future.
Most community college students work while enrolled. Supporting these students’ success is key to community colleges’ workforce development strategies.