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FOCUSING ON THE

STUDENT EXPERIENCE

2021 Alabama Community College Association Conference

21-23 November 2021
Birmingham, AL

2021 Alabama Community College Association Conference

Sheraton Birmingham Hotel & BJCC Convention Center
November 21 - November 23
9:00 am

The 2021 Alabama Community College Association Conference will be held Sunday, November 21 – Tuesday, November 23, 2021, at the Sheraton Birmingham Hotel & BJCC Convention Center in Birmingham.  You may register for $175 beginning September 1, 2021. After November 1, 2021, registration will be $200.

 

Registration Information

For registration questions, please contact Mrs. Camie Huett at 334-293-4671 or chuett@atn.org.

Hotel Information

The conference will be held at the Sheraton Birmingham Hotel in Birmingham. Rate and reservation information will be available soon.

Exhibitor, Sponsor, and Affiliate Membership
For  information about becoming a vendor or sponsor of the ACCA conference, email kwindham@sheltonstate.edu.

Checks and/or Purchase Orders for the 2021 conference should be sent to:

Alabama Community College Association

Ms. Amelia Fox

J. F. Ingram State Technical College

P.O. Box 220350

Deatsville, Alabama 36022

For questions regarding refunds, please contact ACCA Treasurer, Amelia Fox, at amelia.fox@istc.edu.

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About ACCA

Message from ACCA President

Though we were disappointed to have to cancel last year’s 2020 Alabama Community College Association (ACCA) Conference , we are excited to be planning the 2021 conference. The Birmingham Sheraton and BJCC have transferred our existing contract without penalty to November 21-23, 2021. We know the 2020-2021 academic year has been a difficult and challenging time for all educators, and we hope that you have had a productive year.  


I hope that everyone stays safe and healthy throughout the remainder of the year and that we can look forward to a return to a more normal life prior to the 2021 ACCA Conference. 

Ben Jordan, ACCA President

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ACCA Purpose Statement

The purpose of the Association is to promote development and advancement of postsecondary education throughout the Alabama Community College System by:

  • Promoting professional service
  • Encouraging professional growth

  • Improving articulation and cooperation with all levels of education

  • Identifying needs and problems of the Alabama Community College System and communicating them to appropriate agencies for action

  • Providing communication through the Alabama Community College System

  • Promoting public recognition of the Alabama Community College System

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Current Institutional Members

26

Current Affiliate Members

21

1 Goal: Student Success

 

Webinars

July 29, 2020, 10 a.m.

Communication Dedication: Developing Effective Communication, Commitment & Trust

June 24, 2020, 10 a.m.

Apprenticeships in Alabama

Where Are We Now?

August 28, 2019

Start Strong, Strong Finish:

An-Education-to-Workforce Vision for Alabama

Sponsored by the Commission on Support
 

This webinar will feature speaker Leavie D. King, III, CEO and Owner of CoachedUP, a culture development company. 

Sponsored by the Commission on Workforce
 

An update on apprenticeships from Mr. Josh Laney, Director of the Alabama Office of Apprenticeship.

Sponsored by the Commission on Workforce

Governor Kay Ivey has established a strategic vision for aligning Alabama’s education and workforce programs, from pre-k to the workforce, to provide for a seamless education-to-workforce continuum for all Alabamians. This webinar provides an overview of that vision and details the strategies of the Governor’s Office of Education and Workforce Transformation.

Sponsored by the Commission on Support

It’s no secret that the Walt Disney Company offers some of the best customer service in the world. Achieving this high level of customer service is no accident; it is the result of a carefully constructed plan that is strictly followed. This webinar outlines Disney’s customer service model and applies it to customer service at the community college.

Sponsored by the Commission on Faculty

Does it seem that no matter how hard you try, your students just don’t grasp the material? Do you find it challenging to keep your students interested, engaged, and motivated? Are your students unable to connect their classroom experience to success outside of the classroom? Is it difficult for you to relate to your students? Is it difficult for your students to relate to you? Please join us for this webinar as we discuss tips and strategies to enhance student engagement.

View webinars on topics covered in previous years in our archives.

The Journal

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Spring 2020

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Fall 2019

 

ACCA Chancellor's Awards