How does your salary compare to that of your Texas peers?

2015-2016 AAUP Faculty Compensation by Institution now available

Texas Colleges respond to increasing costs by raising tuition. Educators feeling left out of discussion.

The University of Texas at Austin and other universities are combating criticism over their decisions to increase tuition. These jabs are not only coming from the students and parents who will pay the increased tuition, but also from the Texas Legislature. The institutions claim the reason for the tuition increase is in response to the state funding as a reduced percentage of total costs.

March for Gun-Free Campuses: January 8th

We know this is a short notice, but if you are able to, please join the TACT Staff in this march for Gun-Free Campuses.

Date: Friday, January 8th, 2016
Place: Gather in Griffin Hall on 2nd Floor of the JW Marriott
(110 E. 2nd. Street)
Times:     1:30 p.m.: Gather in Griffin Hall on the 2nd. Floor of the JW                         Marriott
(Speech to be given by Professor Roland Greene of Stanford University)

TACT First Alert: 8/12/15

Implementing Guns on Each Texas Campus

WOAI-TV will be hosting a state-wide Town Hall meeting on the Campus Carry Law that will go into effect in 2016.  The event will be held at the Texas A&M San Antonio main campus in the auditorium (One University Way, San Antonio, TX 78224).  It is scheduled for Wednesday, August 26, 2015 at 6 p.m.

TACT First Alert: 6/30/15

Congratulations Professor Robert Nelsen

Current TACT member Robert Nelsen will begin his new adventure as President of California State University-Sacramento in Sacramento, California next month. He has been a frequent keynote speaker at TACT Leadership Conferences and also formerly served on the TACT Board of Directors member.

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