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Community colleges are well-positioned to support Texans seeking to upskill or reskill as we restart the Texas economy. View a statewide snapshot of this economic impact by clicking on the button below.

Texas Association of Community Colleges (TACC)

TACC is a nongovernmental organization that serves all 50 public community college districts in Texas.

Our primary mission is advocacy to help advance policy development, innovation and institutional practices in higher education.
 
TACC provides a common voice and focused strategy, builds trustworthy relationships with the Texas Legislature and policymakers, and creates meaningful multisector partnerships on behalf of the Texas community colleges we serve. 
 
Texas community colleges:
  • Change lives through social and economic mobility; 
  • Value transformational change, transformational thinking and transformational leadership; and
  • Envision a thriving, forward-looking Texas where all students have an opportunity for education beyond high school. 

 

If you'd like to learn more about how community colleges effectively serve all Texans, please explore our explainer videos and student success stories below:

TACC's Policy Priorities for the 86th Legislature, Whiteboard Animation
Community Colleges Put Texans To Work
College District Maps
We Serve Rural Texans
How We Fund Community Colleges
#DualCreditWorks
Investing in community colleges
Johana's Story
Multigenerational Success

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