Faculty Association of
California Community Colleges, Inc.
1823 11th Street
Sacramento, CA 95811-6514
To inform, educate, empower, and advocate for faculty in service to students and the communities of California.
- An educational environment that is equitable, accessible, and appropriately funded led by a diverse and empowered faculty.
- Every faculty a member, every member an advocate, every advocate informed.
We value the expertise, experience, and professionalism of all faculty, full-time and part-time, as the primary force for advancing the mission of California Community Colleges.
We value students and the significance of the student-faculty relationship and the opportunity to foster mutual growth and success.
We value diverse voices, perspectives, and cultures of both students and faculty in the quest for social justice and equity.
We value community colleges as a driving force for economic growth, social cohesion, and opportunities for personal advancement for all Californians.
We value collegiality and a working environment that recognizes the importance of all organizational and personal voices in serving students.
We value the growth and development of all faculty members as professionals in service of their communities, their institutions, and their students.
Who We Are
Since 1953, FACCC has provided focused representation for the community college faculty to promote funding, academic freedom, and retirement benefits. With members across every campus in California, FACCC continues to strengthen the position of faculty in the State Capitol, the State Chancellor’s Office, and the State Teachers’ Retirement System.
FACCC is faculty driven and professionally managed. Its board of seasoned faculty professionals is dedicated to working cooperatively with your unions and academic senates to ensure that faculty voices are heard in the halls of government and across the state.
What We Do
FACCC is dedicated to representing your interests in state and federal government. Its professional staff and volunteer leaders testify at hearings, meet with legislators, and organize policy forums to promote the message of community college faculty.
FACCC communicates with its members through print, electronic, and social media.
FACCC’s sister corporation, FACCC Education Institute (FACCC EI), organizes workshops and conferences for faculty across California. FACCC EI also provides policymakers with research materials on community college issues.
FACCC and FACCC EI are governed by a 22-member board which receives guidance from 10 standing committees. Your participation and input are needed.
Policy of Non-Interference
FACCC endeavors to work cooperatively with all community college faculty organizations, maintaining a policy of strict neutrality as to the selection, organizational structure, governance, and leadership of other faculty organizations.