Whether you’re a community college trustee, a president, a policymaker or someone with a passion for the community college movement, ACCT’s podcast is designed to get you in the know. Listen to provocative, informal conversations with visionaries and sector leaders in a portable format that’s more radio show than classroom.
Selecting a president or chancellor is one of the most momentous decisions made by a board of trustees. The decision has far-reaching implications for the board, the college, and the community. ACCT is committed to providing membership services that meet the highest professional standards, are reliable, and the highest quality available.
The ACCT Leadership Congress is the premier annual conference for community college leaders and the only national conference dedicated to community college trustees. Each year, approximately 2,000 community and technical college trustees, CEOs and other executives, and federal higher education policy influencers gather to share information about governance best practices, community college advocacy, advancing student success and more.
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.
Information to help community college trustees understand the principles of governance, how-to resources to help you be an effective trustee, the board's relationship with the CEO, and additional resources on governance, trustee education, advocacy, student success, and more.
ACCT is a non-profit educational organization of governing boards, representing more than 6,500 elected and appointed trustees who govern over 1,200 community, technical, and junior colleges in the United States and beyond. Located in Washington, D.C., ACCT is a major voice of community college trustees to the presidential administration, U.S. Congress, the Departments of Education and Labor and more