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Thank you for making the CCATT and TACC Joint Legislative Conference and 2015 Community College Day a SUCCESS!!

CC Day 2015

CCATT Director, Jen Poteat with CCATT Chair, Lydia Santibanez and
TACC CEO, Dr. Rey Garcia on the steps of the Texas Capitol.


House Appropriations

The Article III subcommittee (Education) membership includes:

Rep. Trent Ashby, Chair
Rep. Helen Giddings, Vice Chair
Rep. Donna Howard
Rep. Marisa Marquez
Rep. Dade Phelan
Rep. John Raney
Rep. Gary VanDeaver

Full House Appropriations

Rep. Otto, Chair
Rep. Sylvester Turner, Vice Chair
Rep. Ashby
Rep. Bell
Rep. Greg Bonnen
Rep. Burkett
Rep. Capriglione
Rep. Davis
Rep. Dukes
Rep. Giddings
Rep. Larry Gonzales
Rep. Howard
Rep. Hughes
Rep. Koop
Rep. Longoria
Rep. Marquez
Rep. McClendon
Rep. Miles
Rep. Miller
Rep. Munoz
Rep. Phelan
Rep. Price
Rep. Raney
Rep. Justin Rodriquez
Rep. Sheffield
Rep. VanDeaver
Rep. Walle

House Higher Education

Rep. Zerwas, Chair
Rep. Howard , Vice Chair
Rep. Alonzo
Rep. Clardy
Rep. Crownover
Rep. Armando Martinez
Rep. Morrison
Rep. Raney
Rep. Chris Turner

Announcement for CCATT's new Trustee Professional Development Series

(Funded with support in the amount of $225,000 from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation)

Austin, TX-January 20, 2015: CCATT unveiled a new professional development intiative aimed at increasing trustee awareness of student success intiatives.

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Sidney Hacker, Senior Policy Officer, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation with CCATT Chair, Lydia Santibañez and Dr. Richard Rhodes, TACC Chair

Announcement 4

CCATT Chair, Lydia Santibañez and Dr. Richard Rhodes, TACC Chair

Announcemnt 5

Jeffrey Richard, Trustee, Austin Community College; Roberto Zarate, Trustee, Alamo Colleges; Lydia Santibañez, Trustee, Temple College and CCATT Chair; Jennifer Poteat-Phelps, CCATT Director; Sidney Hacker, Senior Policy Officer, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; Dr. Debbie Barnes-Plyler, Trustee, Grayson College: and Nan McRaven, Trustee, Austin Community College


Welcome to the Community College Association of Texas Trustees

The Community College Association of Texas Trustees serves to provide advocacy and professional development to the members of the governing boards of the 50 Community Colleges in Texas. CCATT partners with the member organization of Community College Presidents and Chancellors. Additional information for the individual institutions can be found on the TACC website: Texas Association of Community Colleges