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 PUBLIC & GOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS 

     
Triton College seeks to make a positive difference in the lives of students and the broader community. Through active engagement with public and government officials representing communities served by the college, we are able to communicate the importance of higher education for Illinois citizens in our community college district. We seek to be informed and to inform the college community regarding legislative matters. We disseminate information, monitor proposed legislation, coordinate advocacy regarding education-related issues and budget allocations impacting the college, and participate in state- and nation-wide efforts to build support for community college education.

Congressman Danny Davis at Triton College Library Congressman Mike Quigley and Triton Seniors State Rep Camille Lilly, Illinois Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka, Chairman Mark Stephens, and Trustees at Triton's 50th Anniversary Kick-Off U.S. Senator Mark Kirk Visits Triton Business Students

Volunteers for College Advocacy was established in 2011 as an informal network of college staff volunteers interested in assisting with lobbying efforts in support of the college.

The materials here may be of interest to faculty, staff, students, and the community at large, and are provided for informational purposes only. Please contact the Office of the President, (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3291, if you have questions.
          TOPICS OF INTEREST

  • AACC Applauds President Obama's Recognition of Community Colleges in the State of the Union Address and the America's College Promise Proposal.  See news release here.
      
  • See actor Tom Hank's article "I Owe it All to Community College," published in the New York Times here

  • President Obama has announced new Community College Proposals: the America's College Promise proposal, and the Advanced Technical Training Fund. See more information from AACC here

  • The Illinois Community College Board supports President Obama's proposal for a free community college education for certain students. Access the article here

  •  From AACC - The 114th Congress, A Community College Perspective 
 

 

         
 
State Level   

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National Level

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