Facstaff Digest – December 2014


Bond package passes: Next steps

On Election Day, voters passed a $386 million bond referendum that will fund several campus projects. Planning is already underway. Read about the next steps.

Celebrating fall graduates

More than 950 students are on track to earn a degree or certificate this fall. At commencement ceremonies, we’ll honor their accomplishments and pay tribute to Richard Overton, the nation’s oldest World War II veteran. See the details.

A great year for Riverbats: 2014 in review

From Hays to Highland, 2014 was an eventful year. Read about some of the notable events that fill us with pride and anticipation.

Education and the 84th Texas Legislature

State legislators convening in January will address a number of topics that could impact ACC and its students. View an overview of key issues.

Recharge at Spring Development Day

Students aren’t the only ones with opportunities to learn here. Expand your knowledge and reconnect with colleagues at Spring Development Day. With workshops like “I Never Metacognition I Didn’t Like,” how could you resist? Read about the day’s events.

Stay informed on FacStaff news

By now you know that several changes, large and small, lie ahead. Stay updated on ACC news by following @accfacstaff on Twitter or subscribing to a daily newsfeed. Don’t be left out of the loop!

HR Connection

SECC results, retirees honored

Staff Development

Learn with lynda.com tutorials at no charge

IT Update

Office 365 offered free to employees

Records Management

New information about critical function

ACC in the News

KVUE: Where the jobs are: computer programming, APT

Time Warner Cable News: ACC awarded grant to train local tech employees

Austin American-Statesman: Workforce training center heading to Elgin

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