Thank you for visiting the website of the Texas Association of Community Colleges (TACC). The TACC website has been expanded (new sections: Advocacy, Texas Success Center, Cooperative Purchasing Network) and is directly linked to the Community College Association of Texas Trustees (CCATT) website. Our goal is to make this website an information resource for matters relating to the community colleges of Texas (e.g., Data & Information). If you have any comments about our website, click here to email the TACC webmaster.
The Texas Association of Community Colleges (TACC) is a non-profit association that includes all 50 public community college districts in the state. The General Appropriations Bill and legislation affecting public community colleges in general have been and remain the principal concerns of TACC. The community colleges of Texas understand that the most critical part of their mission focuses on the success of the students who seek educational opportunities at our institutions.
In 2003 TACC created the Texas Community College Education Initiative (TCCEI) as the 501(c)(3) affiliate of the association. Under the TCCEI auspices we have secured grants to fund key activities like the Texas Success Center, the Developmental Education Initiative, and other initiatives from funders that include the Kresge Foundation, the Houston Endowment, the Greater Texas Foundation, the Meadows Foundation, and TG Philanthropy.