The AACP House of Delegates is the democratic policy-setting body of the Association. Each Regular Institutional Member has two delegates and two alternates appointed or elected annually as either the Administrative Delegate or the Faculty Delegate, respectively. The House of Delegates meets annually at two sessions during the AACP Annual Meeting to conduct its business. Delegates debate and approve statements of educational policy, approve changes to the Bylaws of the Association and the strategic plan, act to accept new institutional members and establish dues for all categories of membership. The House is led by a Speaker who serves a two-year term after one year in the position of Speaker-elect and serves on the AACP Board of Directors during the Speaker term.
Standing Rules of Procedure
Cumulative Policies, 1980-2014
AACP House of Delegates Handbook
New Delegate Orientation Webinar, April 1, 2015