“Butler Community College is proud of its 91-year history as a leading educational institution in Kansas. The college continues a long tradition of excellence and innovation, including redesigning both developmental math and English courses in order to help students achieve success.” — President Kim Krull, Ph.D., President, Butler Community College Name: Butler Community College Board of Trustees […]
This week, CCVoice talks to Andrew Hanson about his journey from Santa Ana College to Standford University and finally to Harvard Law. Listen to Season 1, Episode 4 of the Community College Voice Podcast. </ifr
If you missed our October 15 webinar on competitive procurement hosted by Sourcewell, an AACC corporate partner, you can listen to it online now: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/7668979648717980930 Also, speaker Katie Alba referenced a video in her final comments that can be accessed below. The Sourcewell Advantage
The current Congress, which began with great uncertainty following the surprise election of Donald Trump, is winding down. In January, a new Congress will be seated and it will look quite different from the last one, especially in the House. In addition, presidential politics will no doubt add to the challenges of enacting meaningful legislation. […]
October 12, 2018 | Issue # 124 I’ve heard before that community college leaders are not vocal enough when it comes to touting the great work happening on their campuses. I get it: no one goes into this job for the praise or attention. At the end of the day, for most of us, a […]
This week, CCVoice talks to Drs. Walter Bumphus, Jerry Sue Thornton, and John Roueche about community college leadership. Listen to Season 1, Episode 3 of the Community College Voice Podcast.
September 28, 2018 | Issue # 123 The AACC Board of Directors serves a critical role in creating and maintaining a vision for the association. Personally, the guidance board members have offered has been invaluable to me. And my own experience having served on the board in the 1990s provided me with an opportunity to […]
Of the 20 percent of students at community colleges who identify as having a disability, more than one-quarter report that they suffer from ADD or ADHD and almost 20 percent suffer from depression. Read the full PDF.
In this free webinar, the AACC government relations team presented an up-to-date briefing on the federal policy issues that affect your colleges and students. Learn what you need to know about federal funding, Department of Education regulations, DACA, the Perkins CTE Act reauthorization, and more. AACC Federal Policy Update Webinar Wednesday, October 3, 3:00 PM […]
AACC hosted the webinar “Addressing Unconscious Bias to Create an Inclusive Campus Community” on Tuesday, October 30, 2018, from 3:30 to 4:45 p.m. View the presentation in PDF format. This webinar was designed to provide an introduction to the topic of unconscious bias to community college administrators and educators. Unconscious bias is defined as the […]