Furthering Community College Professionals
The Council for the Study of Community Colleges (CSCC) is an affiliate of the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) and a project of the Center for the Study of Community Colleges. Council members include university-based researchers and community college practitioners who further scholarship on the community college enterprise.Learn More
Register Now for the CSCC 2023 Conference
The 64th annual CSCC Conference will be held in Chicago, Illinois from April 20 – April 22, 2023. The conference theme is “Advancing Emotional Well-Being through Equity-Mindedness” and the call for proposals is now open.
Putting Research to Action: Belk Center and Strategic Support for Community Colleges
In this webinar, 2022 Double Diamond sponsor, the Belk Center for Community College Research and Leadership, shares its data-driven initiatives to support leaders, as well as current research initiatives and ways it has learned to connect findings to policy and practice.
Information of Value: Centering the Perspectives of Adults Who Identify as Black, Hispanic and Native American
In this webinar, 2022 Double Diamond sponsor, Lumina Foundation, presents findings from a qualitative research project that centers the voice and perspective of students who identify as Black, Hispanic, or Native American to ensure that current and future data products feel relevant and useful to them.
From individuals to students to emeritus faculty, CSCC membership is open to all professionals who are involved in community college education. Members have access to an annual conference that offers sessions on community college research findings and leadership programs. Other benefits include award, voting, and networking opportunities.
CSCC Reception at ASHE 2022
CSCC invites you to join us for a reception at this year’s Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. The reception is on Thursday, November 17, 2022 from 8 – 10 p.m. at the Planet Hollywood Hotel and Casino.