Moberly Area Community College Association (MACCA)

Moberly Area Community College Association (MACCA)

Participation in MACCA (also known as the “local association”) provides opportunities for faculty and staff to become acquainted on a social and professional level. Each year, members are given the opportunity to serve on committees and build teamwork and friendship throughout the association.

Membership is open to all MACC employees.

MACCA Officers
Shaz Campbell, President
Court Montgomery, Vice President
Lori Perry, Secretary
Tammy Richardson, Treasurer

Association Committee Members:

Courtesy Committee – Lori Perry, Chair

Acknowledges the association members’ needs for support and/or celebration of personal events.

Membership Committee – Ann Parks, Chair

Serves primarily to recruit and maintain membership records as well as to promote participation in MACC activities.

Employees Matter Committee – TBD, Chair

This committee serves to discuss ideas regarding employee benefits and other matters relevant to all MACC employees.

Social Committee – Michelle Kribbs, Chair

Plans college-wide activities to encourage fellowship among MACC faculty and staff.


This organization shall be known as the Moberly Area Community College Association.


Section 1 To maintain a close organization of the teaching faculty, certified and classified support staff, and administrators of the Moberly Area Community College, thus bringing about a greater unity of action and advancing the ideals and standards of academic life.

Section 2 To promote within the Association the highest type of professional practice; to encourage active participation of all members; and to foster a genuine spirit of professional ethics.

Section 3 To promote the general welfare of the members and to secure community understanding, appreciation, and support.

Section 4 To stimulate a spirit of cooperation and friendship among members of the Association.

ARTICLE III – Membership

All members of the teaching faculty, certified and classified support staff, and administrators who are active members of the Missouri Community College Association are eligible for membership.

ARTICLE IV – Officers

Section 1 The officers of this Association shall be a president, a vice-president, a secretary and a treasurer. The vice-president shall succeed to the presidency. These officers shall serve for one year.

Section 2 There shall be an executive committee which shall consist of the current officers of the Association and the retiring president.

ARTICLE V – Election of Officers

Section 1 Nominations for the officers of vice-president, secretary and treasurer may be made through a nomination committee and from the floor.

Section 2 Officers shall be elected at an annual meeting to be held during April. Officers shall take office at the last meeting of the term in which they are elected.

Section 3 In case of a vacancy in the office of president, the vice-president shall fill the vacancy, and the position of vice-president shall be filled by executive committee appointment. The appointed vice-president shall not automatically succeed to the presidency, and a president shall be elected at the next annual election.


ARTICLE VI – Duties of the Officers

Section 1 The president shall preside at all meeting of the Association and of the executive committee. The president shall appoint all necessary committees with the approval of the executive committee and designate the chairperson and shall serve as an ex-officio member of all committees.

Section 2 The vice-president shall assume all duties of the president in his/her absence or resignation. The vice-president shall automatically become president at the end of the term as vice-president.

Section 3 The secretary shall keep the minutes of all meetings of the association and make them available to all members, process all correspondence and keep a record thereof and maintain a mailing list of all members.

Section 4 The treasurer shall have charge of all funds in the name of the Association and shall disperse as authorized by the Moberly Area Community College Association. Furthermore, the treasurer shall be responsible for the collection of all dues.

ARTICLE VII – Amendments

This constitution may be amended at any regular meeting of the Association by a majority vote provided that a copy of the proposed amendment has been submitted in writing to the executive committee. The proposed amendment will then be submitted to each member at least thirty days prior to any action taken.


LAW I – Rules of Order

The proceedings of this Association shall be governed by Robert’s Rules of Order.

LAW II – Funds

Annual dues of the Association will be determined and assessed at the first fall meeting. Active membership is contingent upon payment of annual dues.

LAW III – Quorum

A quorum for all meetings of the Association shall consist of a majority of active members and a quorum for committee meetings shall consist of a majority of members of the committee.

LAW IV – Executive Committee

The meetings of the executive committee shall be held at the call of the president or the call of the majority of the members of the executive committee.

LAW V – Committees

Section 1 The standing committees of the Association will be: Membership, Employees Matter, Courtesy, and Social.

Section 2 The number of committee members of the standing committees will be determined by the president.

Section 3 Special committees may be appointed by the president when deemed necessary.

LAW VI – Meetings

Meetings of the Association will be held a minimum of once each semester with additional meetings called at the discretion of the president.

The Missouri Community College Association (MCCA)

The Missouri Community College Association (MCCA) is an individual and institutional membership organization that serves the citizens of the state of Missouri by offering educational leadership through the state’s community colleges. MCCA offers services to the state, its member organizations and its individual members in four areas:

  1. Educating the public about the contributions made by community colleges.
  2. Offering professional development programs for administrators, classified staff employees, faculty, and trustees at member institutions.
  3. Collecting, interpreting, and disseminating information pertinent to community colleges.
  4. Shaping higher education policy in the state through the legislature and the Executive Branch including the Governor’s office, the Department of Higher Education (MDHE), the Coordinating Board for Higher Education (CBHE), the Department of Economic Development, Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE), and other related state agencies.

Effective October 1, 2021, MCCA membership is complimentary for all community college employees. No matter your role at your organization, we will provide you with the tools you need to excel in your job and will connect you with peers who are willing to share their knowledge and experience. To take full advantage of your MCCA member benefits, we all members to create a profile in MemberClicks — our association management software and portal for online services.

To create a profile, click here.