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CCBA is an Affiliated Council of: American Association of Community Colleges

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Distance Learning Alliance

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The Community College Baccalaureate Association

The Community College Baccalaureate Association (CCBA) strives to promote better access to the baccalaureate degree on community college campuses, and to serve as a resource for information on various models for accomplishing this purpose.

The CCBA attempts to gather all published articles and legislation dealing with the community college baccalaureate degree. We also solicit copies of unpublished materials related to this topic. We host an annual conference to share information and develop ways to promote the community college baccalaureate degree to governors, state legislatures, national policy boards, and other appropriate persons and organizations.

The baccalaureate degree is an important entry requirement for the better jobs and a better lifestyle. Therefore, every person should have an opportunity to pursue the baccalaureate degree at a place that is convenient, accessible and affordable.
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China – U.S. Education Forum – Success and First Step!
The 2013 China – The U.S. Education Forum was held in Dalian, China from October 23 – 25, 2013. The Forum was sponsored by Dalian City Foreign Affairs Office, Dalian China U.S. Economic and Cultural Exchange Association, and the U.S.- based Community College Baccalaureate Association. The Dalian Huamei International Economic and Cultural Exchange Center conducted the Forum. Dr. Paul Pai represented the Exchange Center. read more