Now, you can attend this dynamic trustee training institute from the comfort of your own home. All units will focus on different aspects of the fundamentals of effective trusteeship as we move our colleges forward bravely into the new world.
Please join us to learn more about the next phase in ACCT’s Strengthening Rural Community Colleges initiative! During this webinar, ACCT Senior Vice President Jee Hang Lee and Senior Program Manager Rachel Rush-Marlowe will discuss the details of
ACCT’s 2021 two-day Virtual Diversity Institute focuses on exploring the policies and practices that help community college governing boards and college leaders create a diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) mindset for their colleges to foster a more equitable institution for their communities.
As employers ramp up hiring, colleges have a unique opportunity to help drive the economic recovery by scaling programs that prepare students for good jobs. This is particularly important for displaced workers looking to upskill.
The Tribal College (TCU) Governance Leadership Institute (GLI) is a nationally recognized initiative focused on fostering community college student success through effective board governance. It can provide Tribal College trustees and presidents, new and experienced, with the insights, guidance and engagement to promote policies and measures to increase board effectiveness to focus on student success and completion within their campuses and states.
ACCT is excited to invite our members to participate in a free webinar designed to better acquaint trustees with parliamentary procedures.
The ACCT Regional Meetings are back! This spring, ACCT is hosting five regional meetings, virtually. This is a great opportunity for you to meet and connect with other trustees in your region. Additionally, the meeting will cover regional issues and important updates pertaining to the region.
ACCT and AACC are pleased to invite members to a webinar featuring Acting Assistant Secretary of Postsecondary Education at the U.S. Department of Education (ED), Dr. Michelle Asha Cooper.
For decades, the shortcomings of financial aid have frustrated students and colleges alike. Flaws in the design and delivery of financial aid, including how “need” is defined and subsequently calculated, contribute to its diminishing efficacy.