Links & Resources

American Association of Community Colleges (AACC)
AACC is the national voice for the nation’s 1151 accredited two-year colleges and their 10 million students. Close to 95 percent of all accredited, two-year colleges are AACC members. The association works with other sectors of the higher education community, state and federal governments, and business and industry to serve the needs of students, colleges and communities.

AACC Affiliate Councils
There are 21 AACC affiliate councils, serving a variety of community college constituencies, including people in business offices, marketing, athletics, continuing education, research, technology and more.

Affordable Colleges Online
Affordable Colleges Online provides community resources and tools related to higher education with an eye on affordability and accreditation.

Doctoral Program Resources for Minority Students
Interested in earning a doctorate in education? Learn more about online EdD programs designed to help individuals achieve change within their organizations.

Hispanic Outlook Magazine
This magazine the sole Hispanic higher education magazine addressing issues and concerns of Hispanics in higher education. Now in its 18 year, mailing 25 issues per year, H/O is sent to college campuses and Libraries across the nation. Advertising available, pls visit our web site for subscription and advertising information. is the premier job site matching Latino/a professionals with employment opportunities at colleges and universities. The site was launched in response to the need for a simple and cost effective way for higher education institutions to recruit Latino/a candidates. We have partnered with several other leading Latino/a organizations in order to provide the most extensive network of Latino/a professionals in higher education.

The Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities
The mission of HACU is To promote the development of member colleges and universities; To improve access to and the quality of post-secondary educational opportunities for Hispanic students; and To meet the needs of business, industry and government through the development and sharing of resources, information and expertise.