The Association of College English Teachers of Alabama (ACETA) is an organization dedicated to the study of and promotion of the English language, literature, and scholarship. ACETA is made up of individuals from two-year and four-year colleges, including part-time, full-time, and retired faculty and undergraduate and graduate students, and institutions of higher education and general arts and humanities organizations. In addition to holding its annual convention, ACETA funds the annual Calvert and Woodall Awards for outstanding scholarly and pedagogical essays and distributes the memorial fund which awards excellence in student scholarship through the annual McMillan Award for student literary essays. ACETA seeks to promote other institutions with similar goals throughout the state of Alabama in its efforts as well.
*This is the Revised Constitution passed following the July 23, 2020 meeting. Portions in bold are revisions to the August 21, 2000 Constitution.
Policy on Persons of Color
Mindful and appreciative of the unique and important contributions of persons of color both to the discipline of English and also to the history and culture of the State of Alabama, the Association of College English Teachers of Alabama actively seeks the fullest possible involvement of persons of color in all its endeavors and enterprises.
Approved, Conference at Auburn University, February 17, 1996
Members at Large