CCBA MEMBERSHIP LEVELS
The Community College Baccalaureate Association offers memberships to individuals, institutions, professional associations, university partners, and state agencies that are interested in advancing opportunities for community college graduates to obtain a baccalaureate degree that is affordable, accessible, and which leads to family-sustaining wages.
For individuals or colleges who require a current W-9 form, you can find it here.
Institutional Membership: Annual Dues $600
Open to two-year associate degree-granting institutions primarily known as community/state colleges.
District Office (Only) Membership: Annual Dues $600
Open to districts that oversee multiple colleges with the goal of providing accessible, affordable undergraduate educational programs to meet the workforce needs of their region and state.
College District (with 2+ Colleges) Membership: Annual Dues $1,200
College Districts that hold the accreditation and /or have one Board of Trustees for all colleges within the district would pay $1200. This fee includes CCBA membership for all colleges within the district as well as the district office.
Professional Association Membership: Annual Dues $600
Available to non-profit professional associations, typically accreditation agencies, whose purpose is to elevate the field of higher education, maintain standards of the profession and represent the profession nationally or internationally.
State Agency Membership: Annual Dues $600
Open to state agencies that oversee multiple colleges with the goal of providing accessible, affordable undergraduate educational programs to meet the workforce needs of their state.
If all public community colleges in the state system are CCBA institutional members, the agency will receive a 50 percent discount off the current institutional membership rate.
Individual Membership: Annual Dues $200
Open to individuals who are interested in the community college baccalaureate. Typically, individuals join as a means of attending the annual conference. Individuals do not have the same benefits as institutional members.
*For individuals who require a current W-9 form, you can find it here.
If you are mailing this form, please send with your check (payable to Community College Baccalaureate Association) or credit card information to:
Community College Baccalaureate Association
C/O Angela M. Kersenbrock
575 Lake Bingham Rd
Lake Mary, Florida 32746
System/district membership is for central administrative offices only. It is the system/district office that holds the CCBA institutional member. Colleges within a member system/district are not considered CCBA members, unless the college is also a dues-paid member. CCBA offers a discounted institutional membership ($500) to any college within a district when all colleges and the district are paid institutional members.