NCACCT Seminars

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April 3-5, 2019 | Downtown Raleigh Sheraton

421 South Salisbury Street | Raleigh, NC 27601| 919-834-9900

On April 3, it’s Community College Legislative Day – For the first time in a cohesive, collaborative way, the NC Association of Community College Trustees, the NC Association of Community College Presidents, State Board of Community Colleges and the Community College System Office will bring all stakeholders together to advocate on behalf of the Systemwide Legislative Priorities at the Legislative Buildings, downtown Raleigh.   We expect hundreds of our community college leaders from across the state to walk the halls of the General Assembly to explain the needs of our community colleges.

The evening of April 3-April 5, it’s the NCACCT Law-Legislative Seminar – The Seminar will be held at the Sheraton hotel, downtown Raleigh.  We will kick-off the Seminar with a Legislative Reception on the evening of April 3, when all attendees, guests of attendees and legislators are invited.  Thursday, April 4, and Friday, April 5, there will be sessions focusing on legal, legislative and governance matters that are important for all Community College leaders.  Trustees who have been appointed or reappointed within the last six months are required by General Statute to participate in training offered by the NCACCT, and this training for new and reappointed Trustees will be offered during the Seminar.

The hotel group rate deadline is March 6, 2019,

or until the group rate block is sold out, whichever comes first.

You will receive a link to the hotel on the confirmation page of your registration.

The registration system will close on Wednesday, March 20, 2019.

Click here here for a copy of the tentative seminar agenda,

and click here for the tentative Legislative Day agenda.

Questions? Please contact Caroline Hipple at or 919-467-9754 x224

Interested in being an exhibitor at the seminar?

Register now!

Click here for more information about the sponsorship levels.

Questions? Please contact Ashley Blizzard at or 919-467-9754 x226