Community College Humanities Association

Established: 1979. Membership: 850. Annual dues: $40 individual; $15 adjunct faculty; $250-850 institution.

Statement of Purpose: The Community College Humanities Association (CCHA) is the only national organization of its kind for humanities faculty and administrators in two-year colleges. It is dedicated to preserving and strengthening the humanities in two-year colleges. CCHA serves as a catalyst for defining the issues which face humanities faculty and administrators today, finding solutions to problems in the field, and establishing a communications network for humanists.

Annual Meeting: National conference is held in the fall

Publications: Community College Humanist, triannually; Community College Humanities Review, annually

Website: http://www.ccha-assoc.org/

Address
Community College Humanities Association
Community Coll. of Baltimore County, Essex
College Community Center, 223
Rosedale, MD 21237-3899
Phone: 973.877.3577

Primary Contact: Andrew Rusnak, arusnak@ccbcmd.edu

Officers

Executive Director
Andrew Rusnak
Community Coll. of Baltimore County
E-mail: arusnak@ccbcmd.edu

Central Division President
Scott Samuelson
Kirkwood Comm. Coll.
E-mail: ssamuel@kirkwood.edu

Eastern Division President
Judith Travers
Suffolk County Comm. Coll.
E-mail: traverj@sunysuffolk.edu

Pacific-Western Division President
Jane Zunkel
Portland Comm. Coll.
E-mail: jzunkel@pcc.edu

Southern Division President
Wes Lites
Jefferson Comm. and Technical Coll.
E-mail: william.lites@kctcs.edu

Southwestern Division President
Dallie Clark
Collin Coll.
E-mail: dclark@collin.edu

Editor, Community College Humanist
Jacob Agatucci
Central Oregon Comm. Coll.
E-mail: jagatucci@cocc.edu

Editor, Community College Humanities Review
Ned Wilson
Essex County Coll.
E-mail: nwilson@essex.edu

Updated 2/2/18