assets/aawccmembershipinvoicecurrent.pdfassets/docs/aawccmembershipinvoice2014-15.pdfThe American Association for Women in Community Colleges is the leading national organization that champions women and maximizes their potential.

Join others who have a firm commitment to creating equity and excellence in education and
employment for women in community and technical colleges. An AAWCC membership offers 
women in the community college environment a national and local platform to further key issues.

AAWCC membership is available on an institutional, individual (Member-at-Large), and chapter basis.  See benefits in becoming a member below.

In order to sustain operations, quality programming and support to the association that spans the entire 50 states, there has been a slight increase in our membership fees. Although minimum, an institutional membership is now at the rate of $500.00 per institution and an individual (at-large) membership is $50.00. 

Click here to submit an AAWCC institutional membership renewal form/application online.

Or, Download a hard copy and mail. 

To become a Member-At-Large, Click here to submit online application or Download the AAWCC brochure and application today and become part of an association dedicated to changing women’s lives through leadership and education, thus strengthening our colleges and communities.


Benefits for AAWCC Members include:

Professional Development

Activities at national, regional, state, and local levels. College chapters, state sections, and
regional, conferences. National conferences on women’s interests.


AAWCC membership of community college women throughout the nation, open to trustees,
faculty, administration, staff, and students.


Publications highlighting the association’s activities and timely articles on important women’s
issues. An annual publication with research on community college studies and personal
pertaining to the community college agenda.

Advocacy on national issues

Welfare, wellness, workforce, equity, and other current national concerns affecting community

AAWCC Web site

Current information on activities, announcements, job opportunities, and important national

Leadership training opportunities

Contact the National Institute for Leadership Development via web site link, email, phone, fax,
and mail.

Council of AACC

Recommendations for and reports on issues pertaining to higher education in general and
community colleges specifically.

Should you have any questions about institutional membership, please contact us.





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