MCCA is an individual membership organization dedicated to providing professional development and networking opportunities, education, and advocacy for current and former community college faculty, staff, administrators, trustees, and students.
Anyone can become a member of MCCA, including those directly affiliated with a community college and “associate members” who are involved in or support community colleges indirectly.
Membership in MCCA is mutually beneficial for the member and the Association. Members can take advantage of special registration rates for the annual convention and receive special, members-only information and updates. They are also supporting the Association’s efforts to build support throughout the state for community colleges.
The membership year for MCCA runs from October 1 through September 30. Click HERE to download the new 2013-2014 membership application and submit the completed copy to your college’s membership coordinator. Contact the MCCA office with questions.
|Individual member. Current community college trustee, classified staff members, administrators, and faculty.||$30|
|Associate member. Individuals whose professional or educational activities are closely related to the functions and purposes of the college, or support the aims and activities of the Association.||$30|
|Retired member. Individuals who have retired from a Missouri community college.||$15|
|Student member. Current community college students.||$15|
|Life member. Any person eligible to be an MCCA member can become a life member. Life members do not pay dues after the initial payment.||$300|
|Life retired member. Anyone who has retired from a Missouri community college can become a life retired member. Life retired members do not pay dues after the initial payment.||$150|