Community colleges serve an important role in developing the workforce of our region
which in turn drives our local economy.
Every Fall semester, ACC enrolls more than 5,000 students who have more than 800,000 contact hours in the classroom and labs. The college also has among the highest-rated programs for allied health employees, law enforcement officers, industrial technology and more.
ACC works closely with several of our local lawmakers and the Texas Association of Community Colleges to ensure that legislation has a positive impact both on our taxpayers and our student body while also meeting the needs of local employers and community. The college strives to build relationships with community leaders and lawmakers in order to accomplish educational objectives such as the Texas 60x30 initiative.
Legislative priorities are established by the ACC Board of Regents in accordance with the college’s mission, to provide affordable education and job training to its students while maintaining fiscal accountability to taxpayers.
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