Because nearly one in four community colleges is experiencing a transition in executive leadership, it’s critical that your board understands today’s rapidly changing leadership landscape. Is your board considering a presidential search?
Please join ACCT’s General Counsel Ira Shepard, ACCT’s Association Counsel Andrew Laine, and Robert Duston and Carolyn Pellegrini of Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr, as they lead an interactive webinar designed to discuss the latest legal issues re
The National Legislative Summit is the premier community college advocacy event in Washington, DC, bringing together more than 1,000 community college leaders. The event shines a spotlight on the importance of our nation’s community colleges for Congress and the Administration.
The Association of Community College Trustees and the American Association of Community Colleges are pleased to announce a three-part webinar series focused on preparing attendees for the 2021 Vi
Community colleges are leading advocates to repeal the ban on Pell Grants for incarcerated students, which has been in place since 1994.
In today’s economy, more than 80 percent of jobs require some form of education or training beyond the high school level.
Pell grants are often referred to as the cornerstone of federal financial aid, as they help make college education affordable for students from low and moderate-income families. However, the purchasing power of the Pell grant has been steadily decreasing since 1972 when it covered over 70 percent of a student’s college costs. Today, the maximum Pell award covers around 30 percent of a student’s postsecondary education expenses.
Join more than 2,000 trustees, presidents, chancellors, government officials, foundation representatives, and experts as we exchange critical information and ideas on successful new models, innovations, programs, and actively network with community college leaders from across the country.
The federal response to the pandemic will directly impact the postsecondary world for the next several years. Postsecondary education is foundational to our country’s workforce pipeline, and community and technical colleges play a critical role in our current crisis. How are legislators thinking about the role of community and technical colleges in a time of crisis and adaptation, and how can you weigh in?