Join us at ICCTA's January & March 2021 meetings

ICCTA is pleased to announce its spring 2021 meeting schedule! Kicking off the new year is our Board of Representatives meeting on Saturday morning, January 30, via Zoom videoconference. Participants can expect briefings on the new Illinois General Assembly, updates from ICCTA committees, and a preview of the 2020 National Legislative Summit (which will be conducted virtually on February 8-10). Click here for the January 30 meeting agenda.

Our next event will be held in person on March 12-13 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Schaumburg. Activities include committee and Board of Representatives meetings, the popular Trustee Roundtable, and a seminar on The Urgency to Treat Cybersecurity as Business Decision. (Click here for the March 12-13 Meeting Notice.) Trustees are welcome to participate in ICCTA’s meetings at no charge, while the registration fee for the Friday, March 12 seminar is $150 per person and includes lunch.

ICCTA’s room block at the Hyatt Regency Hotel is $104 per night plus tax, with a reservation cut-off date of Thursday, February 18. After you have completed ICCTA’s online registration form, you will be able to reserve a hotel room by copying the link provided in the confirmation emails and pasting it into your browser.

We hope to see you soon -- whether virtually or in person!

We missed you at our last meeting....

Interested in becoming more active in ICCTA? Contact one of our officers or executive staff: 
  • Jim Reed, ICCTA executive director
  • Mandy Little, treasurer (John A. Logan College)
  • Bob Thompson, past president (Sauk Valley Community College)
  • Jon Looney, president (Black Hawk College)
  • Dr. Maureen Dunne, secretary (College of DuPage)

Click here for ICCTA's 2020-2021 leadership team

 #CCLiftUp for equity and diversity

The tragic circumstances surrounding the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis makes clear yet again that systemic discrimination and unjust racial disparities continue to plague our country. 

Those of us who work tirelessly for good through our community colleges and what they represent must stand united with those afflicted against the base instincts of others among us that seek to divide, denigrate and subjugate on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, and other differences.

The best way to give hope to those who have been victimized is to share what you are doing at your college and in your community to uplift people of color and those who are under-represented. We welcome you to submit your #CCLiftUp stories to ICCTA at [email protected], and we will share them with our ICCTA community.

Read ICCTA's #CCLiftUp statement