Ten classes of membership are established -- Individual, Contributing, Institutional, Affiliate, Associate, Retiree, Life, Adjunct Faculty, Part-time Employee and Honorary Life. AFC Application
Individual membership is open to any college employee or to any employee of the Division of Community Colleges formerly known as the State Board of Community Colleges.
Contributing membership is automatic for the Chief Executive Officer and any member of a District Board of Trustees whose college holds institutional membership in the Association.
Institutional membership is open to any college.
Affiliate membership is open to institutions and organizations, including student groups whose activities are recognized by the Board of Directors as being closely related to the functions and purposes of the colleges. Individual and associate memberships are not a prerequisite for members of affiliated organizations. Institutions and organizations must be approved by the Board of Directors before being approved for membership. Please contact the FACC State Office for more information.
Associate membership is open to individuals whose professional or educational activities are closely related to the functions and purposes of the Association and to any individual who, in the opinion of the Board of Directors, exhibits interest in supporting the aims and activities of the Association. Individuals must submit a one paragraph summary explaining how their professional or educational activities are related to the Association and must be approved by the Board of Directors before membership can be granted.
Retiree membership is open to any person who has retired from a Florida community college or the Division of Community Colleges.
Life membership is available to individuals employed fulltime and retired members.
Adjunct Faculty is open to any person who is employed less than full-time in an instructional position at a community college or the Division of Community Colleges.
Part-time Employee membership is open to any person who is employed less than full-time in an instructional, administrative or support position at a community college or the Division of Community Colleges.
Honorary Life membership is conferred on those persons who, in the opinion of the Board of Directors, have made an outstanding contribution to the colleges and/or the Association. Recipients for Honorary Life memberships are recommended by the Awards Committee