What's in it for you?

Membership in MCCA reflects your commitment to the community college sector in Missouri. By joining, you are making a positive difference for college employees and students across our state. Beyond this, there are certain benefits of membership that deliver direct value to you.

Here are a few ways that you can benefit from your membership:

  • Connect with peers and share best practices through one of MCCA's divisions or your MCCA department
  • Get the inside scoop on happenings in Jefferson City with our weekly Advocacy Brief
  • Work on professional development through our events and seminars throughout the year
  • Gain professional recognition by presenting on a topic at convention

What does it cost?

Membership is a little bit different at every college. Some colleges will pay a portion of your membership, while others have local chapters that you can join for an additional fee. Below is a chart to show you our base membership rates, and any colleges that will pay a portion of your membership.

Individual Member $30
Current community college trustees, classified staff members, administrators, and faculty.
Retired Member $15
Individuals who have retired from a Missouri community college.
Student Member $15
Current community college students.
Life Member $300
Any person eligible to be an MCCA member can become a life member. Life members do not pay dues after the initial payment.
Life Retired Member $150
Anyone who has retired from a Missouri community college can become a life retired member. Life retired members do not pay dues after the initial payment.
Local Chapter Dues $5
Jefferson College and Moberly Area Community College are the only two colleges that collect local membership dues. Local dues are optional, but they help to pay for programming on your local campus.