How does COM compare to other community college districts? Visit the sites below for information that will allow you to compare.
Texas Association of Community Colleges (TACC)
The Texas Association of Community Colleges is a nonprofit association that includes all 50 public community college districts in the state. The General Appropriations Bill and legislation affecting public community colleges have been the principal concerns of TACC. Of particular interest is the “Data & Info” section, which includes tuition and fees, property tax values and more information about all 50 Texas community college districts.
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB)
The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s mission is to work closely with policymakers and education stakeholders to develop and implement a higher education framework focused on initiatives to:
Dramatically increase the number of postsecondary completions;
Keep college affordable and accessible for all Texans; and
Align higher education outcomes with current and future workforce needs.
The Finance and Resource Planning page includes information for all colleges and universities. More specifically, the Community and Technical Colleges page provides reporting information such as the Financial Condition Report.
The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board's Financial Reporting page displays information from the annual reports for all 50 Texas community college districts.
Legislative Budget Board (LBB)
The Legislative Budget Board is a permanent joint committee of the Texas Legislature that develops budget and policy recommendations for legislative appropriations, completes fiscal analyses and conducts evaluations and reviews to improve the efficiency and performance of state and local operations. Information about community colleges can be found on the Higher Education page.