MnACC (Minnesota Association of Counselors of Color), established in 1991, is a noncompetitive post-secondary collaborative organization dedicated to improving access to higher education for Minnesota's students of color.
Like the students it serves, MnACC is made up of diverse member institutions, including two- and four-year public and private colleges and universities including individuals from Minnesota and neighboring states. To reach its goal of placing more students of color into college, MnACC provides over $10,000 each year in scholarship awards as well as bringing over sixty colleges and universities together into the Twin Cities' most diverse schools in the fall and spring for college fairs.
Minnesota Association of Counselors of Color (MnACC)is a non-profit organization committed to assisting in the advancement and placement of students of color in institutions of higher education. MnACC utilizes its members' wealth of talents and knowledge to provide a variety of services to students of color and their parents through programs and collaborative workshops.
- Christy Egun – Gustavus Adolphus College
- Taunya Tinsley – Augsburg College
- Louise Barbier – College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University
- Ann Buesgens – University of St. Thomas
- Rudy Hernandez – University of Minnesota Twin Cities