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For Helping Your Students:

Helping Students in Distress: A Guide for Faculty/Staff (PDF)

Faculty/Staff Counseling and Wellness Referral Form: If a student is experiencing personal and/or social difficulties, we can assist.

For You:

Employee Assistance Counseling Program (EACP)

If you are experiencing any of the following, this confidential resource is available to you at no cost as an ACC Employee:

  • Stress
  • Marital Conflict
  • Depression
  • Substance Abuse
  • Loss and Grief
  • Family Problems
  • Job Burnout
  • Anxiety
  • Aging Parents
  • Parenting or School Problems
  • Financial Stress
  • Loss of Life Direction
  • Workplace Difficulties 

Contact Information

Burlington location: Grand Oaks Center (ARMC)
1238 Huffman Mill Rd
Burlington NC 27215
(336) 538-7481

EACP Brochures

For Stress
For Anxiety
For Relationships
For Depression

Faculty Forms

All Forms (Google Drive Folder)

Note: Since the forms are shared, they are "read only" until you download your own copy. You will not be able to directly edit them in Google Drive.

Having trouble? Instructions: How to download a file from Google Drive (Fillable PDF, MS Word or Excel, and others)

Individually, we are one drop, but together, we are an ocean.
--Ryunosuke Satoro

College committees allow employees to work together in cross-disciplinary and cross-departmental teams to fulfill the College’s mission, vision, and goals. ACC Committees help drive the essential work of the College in improving student access and success while providing comprehensive educational programs and services that advance our diverse population.

This document outlines the purpose and goals, leadership, membership, and meeting schedules for officially recognized standing College committees for the academic year 2023-24.

College Committees 2023-2024

As information changes, the document will be updated. Please share any updates or corrections with Executive Administrative Assistant  Ana Fleeman at

General Committee Responsibilities

Committee/Group chairs and members should review the following responsibilities, which help to ensure the effective communication of committee work across the College.

Chair Responsibilities: Communicating Committee Work to the Campus
Chairs should follow their meeting schedules and make sure that someone records minutes or summary notes for each meeting. To aid college-wide communication, chairs or their designees should post committee agendas and/or minutes in the 2023-24 Public “P” Drive folder marked ACC College Committee Meetings.  

Member Responsibilities: Communicating Committee Work to Their Colleagues
Committee members should participate regularly in meetings and share information gleaned from these meetings (as appropriate) with their colleagues.

Often committee members serve on committees in order to act as conduits of information to and from their departments, to receive feedback on initiatives, plans, and decisions. As you participate in meetings, consider what you should take back to share with your colleagues. Providing updates of committee work within your sphere promotes effective communication across the College.