ACCCA Policy

ACCCA encourages the participation of companies and independent contractors who wish to do business with community colleges at our events. To this end, we allow our Business Members (those companies who have joined ACCCA as a member company) to have the opportunity to submit a proposal for a session at the conference. Additionally, we’ve developed a wide array of opportunities from full sponsorship packages to the purchase of an exhibit space to accommodate interested companies and assist them in promoting their services or products.

Each of these opportunities includes one or more complimentary conference registrations with purchase. Companies and independent contractors wishing to attend the ACCCA Conference must be registered as either a sponsor or exhibitor in order to attend the event.

(Please be advised that for purposes of processing registration, the term “non-member registration” refers solely to community college administrators that are not yet members of ACCCA, and is not an applicable registration category for companies or independent contractors.)

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ACCCA Admin 101 Registration

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