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Each year, the Pell Grant program enables more than three million community college students with financial need to pay for tuition, books, transportation, and living expenses.
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Senate Pell Approps Letter for FY 2017
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Other Advocacy Resources
This section contains legislative fact sheets and summaries, ACCT's position letters to Congress and the Administration, a directory of members of the Congressional Community College Caucuses, and more.
Letters to Congress & the Administration
ACCT expresses the organization’s view on pending legislation and regulations and the potential effects on community colleges.
First-Dollar vs. Last-Dollar Promise Models
2019 Community College National Legislative Summit
The 2019 Community College National Legislative Summit kicked off Monday with discussions focused on the complexity of the policy landscape faced by institutions--and reminders that policy alone wo
New Report Finds Success Increases with More Financial Aid for Lowest-Income California Community College Students
The Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) in partnership with The Institute for College Access & Success (TICAS) and in collaboration with the California Community Colleges Chancello
The 2017 Community College National Legislative Summit Begins With Calls for Continued Advocacy
The 2017 Community College National Legislative Summit kicked off with calls for continued advocacy as a new administration arrives in Washington.
“This is a time for optimism, a time to think about what is possible, and a time to do the work we’re capable of doing,” ACCT President & CEO J. Noah Brown told attendees during Tuesday’s keynote luncheon.