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How to Get Involved

Through the ACM, faculty, staff, and students at member colleges participate in collaborative programs and activities focused on academic excellence and professional development.

Initiatives include:

  • Professional Development

    Faculty and staff can access opportunities for collaboration and development in the areas of teaching, research, and service

  • Off-Campus Study

    Students, faculty, and staff can engage with ACM study-away options in the U.S. and abroad

  • Grant-Funded Programs

    ACM's portfolio of programs supports projects, events, and development activities for faculty, staff, and students.

  • Advanced Study

    We offer students from diverse backgrounds opportunities for mentoring, career development, and experiential research in the humanities, humanistic social sciences, or arts

  • Faculty & Staff Project Outcomes

    Resources created by ACM-funded faculty and staff projects, including curricular materials, assessment tools, and best practices

  • Athletic Competition & Writing Contest

    Annual competitions bring together student athletes from across the consortium; since 1973, we've honored one story each year as our Nick Adams Short Story Contest winner


About the ACM

The 14 member colleges located in Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Colorado collectively focus on residential liberal arts education as the best preparation for life in a rapidly changing world.

More about the ACM


Connect with the ACM Staff


Sonya Malunda
President
smalunda@acm.edu
312.561.5909


Contact us at 312.263.5000 or acm@acm.edu

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