February 8, 2019 | Issue # 131 I spent part of last week in San Diego for AACC’s Workforce Development Institute. It was great to learn about innovative workforce training programs and partnerships happening on campuses around the country. We’re excited to move forward on our partnership with the U.S. Department of Labor to launch […]
“Our students, faculty, staff and community partners all contribute to our success. Community is in everything we do but is seen most predominantly in our student success stories. Migdalia Serrato has a story that is like many of our students who are overcoming obstacles. Our campus community embraced Migdalia — a DREAMer and single […]
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 28, 2019 Contact: Martha Parham 202/728-0200, x209 firstname.lastname@example.org AACC to Lead Efforts to Build Apprenticeship Network Washington, DC—Community colleges provide a pathway to educational and career success for millions of students. That pathway is recognized as a key component to increasing the number of skilled workers in the United States. The […]
Two out every three students at community colleges work while enrolled. Read the full PDF.
January 25, 2019 | Issue # 130 Earlier today in the Community College Daily, we announced a significant partnership between AACC and the U.S. Department of Labor, which will result in training 16,000 new apprentices over the next 3 years. This partnership speaks to the confidence that the department has in our sector to deliver […]
Persistence and attainment rates have increased for sub-baccalaureate students. Read the full PDF.
In this free webinar, the AACC government relations team provided an up-to-date briefing on the federal policy issues that will be featured at the National Legislative Summit (NLS). AACC Pre-NLS Legislative Webinar Wednesday, February 6, 3:00 – 4:00 PM ET Download the AACC Pre-NLS Legislative Webinar PDF.
AACC has developed a template for institutions to use in writing comments in response to the Department of Education’s proposed Title IX regulations. The deadline for filing comments has been extended to January 30. Institutions wishing to file comments may do so online at regulations.gov. Download the Title IX Institutional template document.
“As the superintendent/president of this distinguished community college, I am extremely proud of the extraordinary efforts of the faculty, staff, students, management and board of trustees to embrace student success and completion as the highest priority of Citrus College. Their dedication and diligence is evidenced in our comprehensive strategic plan, stellar completion rates, unique […]