AACC offers membership to individuals and institutions interested in community college issues. Membership is open to individuals, institutions and organizations and is renewable annually.
Membership options available
- Institutional Member
- Educational Associate
- Individual Associate
- Corporate Program
Open to 2-year, associate degree-granting colleges accredited (or in the process of accreditation) by one of the six regional accrediting agencies. Dues are based on a three-year moving average calculation of adjusted enrollment data (based on IPEDS) to reduce variation in member dues during periods of significant enrollment change. Adjusted enrollment is calculated by adding full-time students to three-fourths the number of part-time students.
- Call (202.728.0200 x236) or e-mail Wayne Horton to join as an institutional member
State agency dues are $1,410. If all public colleges in a state system are AACC members, the agency’s membership is complimentary.
A campus of a member, multicampus college may join as an Institutional Member for $1,410.
District offices of multicollege systems automatically become Institutional Members when all district colleges join. The district office may join independently for $1,410 when at least half of the district colleges are members.
Open to any nonprofit organization interested in education issues or any educational institution not eligible for Institutional Membership. Subject to approval.
- Fee $750
- Call (202.728.0200 x236) or e-mail Wayne Horton to join as an Educational Associate
Open to trustees, administrators, and other individuals interested in higher education issues and trends.
- Fee $110
- Apply online
- Please note: Individual Associate Members do not receive the same benefits as Institutional Members; for full details, call (202.728.0200 x236) or e-mail Wayne Horton.
AACC's Corporate Program connects businesses and colleges, increasing the effectiveness of both in serving student and community needs. Companies enhance their visibility through event sponsorships, exhibits at AACC's annual convention and other meetings, and through one-on-one engagement at national and regional levels.