History

AAPITA is a coalition of California Asian American Pacific Islander Community College Trustees and Administrators that serve to enhance educational opportunities for AAPI community college students and professional development opportunities for AAPI administrators.

 

Formally launched in 2014, AAPITA strives to promote and advocate to ensure Asian American Pacific Islander students opportunity for access, retention, degrees, certificates, and promoting student success. We are dedicated to advocating for disaggregated student and employee data.

On April 29, 2022 with the update of our By-Laws, our name was formally changed to "Asian American Pacific Islander Trustees and Administrators" (AAPITA).

 

Read more in the AAPITA Bylaws

DSC_2706.JPG
Newsletter
Leadership
Advocacy
Membership

Thanks to the advocacy of the joint caucuses, CCC Apply will now include an expanded list of ethnic subcategories. Click here for the complete list of ethnic subcategories.

On June 18th, CCLC hosted a webinar to provide advocacy updates to members of the caucuses. Information about the state budget and legislation impacting community colleges was shared. A recording of the webinar is available here and also on the CCLC website.

• Visit the Join AAPITA! page for more information. Institutional, voting, associate and business/community memberships are available.

• Read the latest AAPITA newsletter

ACCT Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Presentation

ACCT CEO Noah Brown and Immediate Past President Emily Yim presented on the roles of boards in developing a leadership pipeline that is diverse, equitable and inclusive at the CCLC Trustees conference. Download the slides here.