The headquarters for the Nonprofit Academic Centers Council (NACC) moved to the Bush School of Government and Public Service in 2019. NACC was formed in 1991 as a support organization for centers and programs dedicated to nonprofit and philanthropic education. NACC has over 50 members in 6 countries that are diverse in size, age, and location.
Some of the programs offered by NACC include creating and updating curricular guidelines shaping nonprofit education at the graduate and undergraduate level, accreditation, an international honor society (Nu Lambda Mu) for students within its member programs, conferences, annual member meetings, and more.
Center for Nonprofits and Philanthropy NACC Involvement
- Nicole Collier, MPSA currently serves as the Executive Director for NACC.
- William A. Brown, Ph.D. and Director of the Center for Nonprofits and Philanthropy currently serves on the NACC Board as President Elect and Treasurer.
- Angela Seaworth, Ph.D. Director of Philanthropic Initiatives and Capacity Building was inducted into the inaugural class of Nu Lambda Mu and is a former NACC member.
We are especially proud of our Texas A&M students who have been inducted into Nu Lambda Mu, the honor society that recognizes outstanding academic performance to those pursuing a degree or certificate in nonprofit, philanthropy, or social entrepreneurship related studies at a NACC-affiliated institution. To be eligible, graduate students must hold a minimum GPA of 3.0 and undergraduates must hold a minimum GPA of 3.50. Learn more about applying to Nu Lambda Mu.