• Carolyn Grubbs Williams Leadership Development Institute 2019

    The Institute prepares African Americans in community colleges for leadership roles to insure that the pipeline to executive-level positions is fluid.

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  • Equity and Access STEM Thought Leaders’ Summit

    First and foremost, we would like to thank those who submitted feedback and input on the Summit Application. Please note that the application is now…

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  • AACC Informational Webinar

    INFORMATIONAL WEBINAR: AACC hosted an informational webinar on Friday, July 27 from 1:00 – 1:30 p.m. Eastern to share the goals of the Summit; offer background…

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  • Congratulations

    Dr. Duncan Harris Taking on Leadership Role at Capital Community College (May 21, 2018) On July 1, 2018, President Wilfredo Nieves will be retiring as…

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Who We Are

The National Council on Black American Affairs (NCBAA) is a council of the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC). The NCBAA evolved over 30 years ago, during a time of great social, political, cultural, and educational change in the United States. African Americans and other groups that were underrepresented traditionally were enrolling in increasing numbers. Community colleges were being established at the rate of one per week.

Become A Member

Our goal is to assist community college African-American staff and students in navigating higher education career pathways and achieving success through attaining educational and employment goals. We encourage you to complete an individual membership application today. Also, please pass on this information to your colleagues where you work.

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