Trustee Quarterly magazine is the official publication of the Association of Community College Trustees. The magazine is designed to help our member trustees govern their colleges better. The magazine regularly covers such topics as public policy, governance, advocacy, leadership, CEO hiring and relations, ethics, finance, fundraising, legal issues and technology.
ACCT welcomes submissions from members, higher education, policy, and thought leaders.
Please contact David Conner, Managing Editor, if you are interested in submitting an article or news item. Be sure to review the writers' guidelines to ensure your story pitch is appropriate. This magazine publishes articles specific to governance, community college advocacy and leadership. Unrelated story pitches will not be considered for publication.
Second Chances: 2018-19 ACCT Chair Connie Hornbeck is a believer in the transformative nature of community colleges.
It Takes a Community: People of different backgrounds voice perspectives on community college leadership.
At the Table: Student advocates play a vital role at the 2018 National Legislative Summit — and beyond it
Shifting the focus: ACCT Chair Emily Yim stands beside the students at Edmonds Community College — and their millions of peers attending community colleges across the nation.
Pathways to Prosperity: Strategies to maintain momentum as innovative community college models proliferate.
An Opportunity to Lead: The new administration’s economic aspirations give community colleges a continuing role to play in the policy agenda.
A Legacy of Service: For ACCT Chair Bakari G. Lee, trusteeship is an extension of his upbringing — and an opportunity to serve those who need it the most.
Back to Basics - and Beyond: Now more than ever, trustees need to look toward the future while remaining grounded in the fundamentals of good governance.
Maintaining the Momentum: As the 2016 elections approach, community college leaders converged on Washington to ensure continued progress.
Sharing the Recipe: ACCT Chair Roberto Zárate has helped scale up student success efforts at the Alamo Colleges. Now he wants to see them take root across the country.