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 Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity 

AACC promotes increased access and success for the diverse community college population by securing federal and private support to colleges and providing opportunities, resources, and information related to persistence, retention, program completion, and transfer.

AACC is committed to diversity in its policies, programs, and relationships, as well as in its efforts to build, maintain, and promote a culture of equity and inclusion.


AACC Celebrates Women's History Month

In celebration of Women’s History Month, AACC is looking for images of women in community colleges to showcase on the AACC website. Positive images depicting leadership, scholarship, and service will be highly considered. Images must be high resolution (300dpi) and sized to 730 (width) pixels x 284 (height) pixels. Include the college name and any photographer credits to be used. Please send no more than two images to Kevin Christian.

CCCIE Survey - Increasing Opportunities for New Americans

The Community College Consortium for Immigrant Education is looking to identify tangible opportunities to help community colleges improve immigrant students' success, college completion, and career readiness. Please respond to this first-of-its-kind Survey on Increasing Opportunities for New Americans at Community Colleges by April 15. Here is the survey link: Questions? Contact:  

Call for Nominations: Examples of Excelencia 2015

Examples of Excelencia is the only national data-driven initiative focused on identifying and recognizing programs/departments with evidenced-based practices that increase Latino student success in higher education. We focus on results and on disseminating these promising practices to others interested in serving Latino students. DEADLINE is April 24. Submit your entry today.

NCWE Conference in Partnership with the Community College Consortium for Immigrant Education
Call for Proposals ends April 10, 2015, at 4:00 p.m. PDT. The conference is October 14–16, 2015, in Portland, OR.

 Upcoming Events

Network for Academic Renewal Conference
Diversity, Learning, and Student Success: Assessing and Advancing Inclusive Excellence

March 26–28, 2015
San Diego, CA


 Leadership Programs


 Contact Information

For more information, please contact:

Kevin Christian
Senior Program Associate, Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity
Ph: 202.728.0200 x262


Learn more about our Minority Male Student Success Database.

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