Community colleges are economic and cultural engines in every part of the state, vital to their communities and key to advancing the individual aspirations of students.

Community College Association of Texas Trustees

Since 2007, the Community College Association of Texas Trustees (CCATT) has served as an independent, member-supported organization for approximately 400 Texas community college trustees and regents. We are the sole association of elected officials in higher education advocating for community colleges.

The CCATT Annual Conference is its cornerstone event which brings trustees, regents, presidents and chancellors, conference sponsors, association leaders and philanthropic organizations together to share important collaborations, policies and practices--all aimed at improving community college governance, academic outcomes and workforce opportunities. 

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

TACC Policy Priorities - 87th Legislative Session
TRUE Workforce Initiative
Community Colleges Put Texans To Work
College District Maps
We Serve Rural Texans
How We Fund Community Colleges
Investing in community colleges
Johana's Story
Multigenerational Success