ASACC Launches New Website!
The American Student Association of Community Colleges (ASACC) is proud to announce the launch of our new website which will better serve our students, advisors, and advocacy partners in providing information on our conferences, what’s happening in Washington D.C. that impact community college students, and membership services. We are the only national association dedicated to building community college student leaders into a national voice on educational issues and funding.
Our new website provides a clear message of who we are, what we stand for and where our value lies when developing, delivering and maintaining quality training programs and experiences in leadership, citizenship and advocacy. The website also boasts a clean design and intuitive and consistent site-wide navigation system with improved menu functionality that directs you to the information most relevant to you. It is also fully responsive with mobile devices, making it easy to navigate on a wide range of web browsers and portable devices.
We’ve introduced a range of new content to the website, including a this blog that will feature content to provide you with information on the association, our conferences, membership, and other resources.
Our popular blog has received a much needed facelift enabling you to sign up for weekly updates right on the homepage. The website is also much more user-friendly and easy to navigate making your experience visiting much simpler.
Going forward, we will continue to communicate regularly through our blogs and provide new articles and notifications. We also plan to continue adding more content, resources and regular updates to provide you with all of the information you need.
We’re really proud of the new website and feel it will create the experience you’re looking for when you pay us a visit. Check out the new website here: www.asacc.org. As for all new websites, we are continually working out the bugs, broken links, and changing content. If you encounter a problem on the site or have a suggestion that may improve the experience, please send us a message through the site or to firstname.lastname@example.org
Special thanks to Tyler Brklacich, former student body president at Utah Valley University and ASACC participant, for his leadership on this effort.