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Top-notch, hands-on education that has your future in mind is right around the corner for you to start today.  The Alabama Community College System has 24 colleges and more than 130 locations across Alabama. Click the map to find your college or scroll down a little more for details on each of our colleges. To search for a specific program to train in, click here.

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Bevill State community college building

Bevill State Community College

Headcount: 5,410
With four main campuses and one instructional site, Bevill State offers transfer and applied technology educational opportunities to over 250,000 people in a seven-county area. The service area spans over 4,600 square miles, from the Birmingham city limits to the Mississippi state line.

Bishop State building with a student walking out

Bishop State Community College

Headcount: 4,423
Bishop State consists of four city campuses dedicated to serving the residents of Mobile and Washington counties. Bishop State offers transfer programs as well as one and two-year career programs that put students on the fast track to rewarding jobs. Bishop State instructors are in touch with labor-market trends and job requirements.

Calhoun community college building with green grass

Calhoun Community College

Headcount: 14,641
The largest of the two-year institutions comprising the Alabama Community College System, Calhoun Community College offers 49 associate degree options and 52 career/certificate programs. Campuses include the 110-acre Decatur campus; its Huntsville/Cummings Research Park site; the Alabama Center for the Arts and at the Limestone Correctional Facility.

View of Central Alabama Community College across a body of water

Central Alabama Community College

Headcount: 2,225
CACC promotes student success in comprehensive and diverse academic and career learning environments. Today, the Alexander City, Childersburg and Pratts Mill campuses, along with the Talladega Center, offer resources and expertise that address the education and training needs of Central Alabama.

Chattahoochee Valley Community College

Headcount: 2,191
CVCC promotes student success through its commitment to enrich the community with accessible, quality, and engaging educational opportunities through academic transfer, career and technical education, workforce development and adult education.

Coastal Alabama Community College

Headcount: 10,023
Coastal Alabama Community College provides broad access to quality, affordable educational opportunities through a variety of instructional strategies in diverse learning environments that promote economic growth and enhance the quality of life for a global community.

Drake State Community and Technical College

Headcount: 1,119
J.F. Drake State Community and Technical College, a student-centered two-year public institution, offers flexible and affordable university transfer and technical degrees, certificates, adult and continuing education, and customized workforce training to fulfill the diverse needs of the community.

Enterprise State Community College Building

Enterprise State Community College

Headcount: 2,353
ESCC, which includes the Alabama Aviation College, improves communities in southeast Alabama by providing students with excellent opportunities to further their education and enter the workforce. There are many options available that allow students to personalize their learning experience.

Gadsden State Community College

Headcount: 6,456
Gadsden State is a public, open door, comprehensive community college that is comprised of five campuses or educational centers in Calhoun, Cherokee and Etowah counties. Gadsden State has a rich and illustrious history within the communities it serves. Administrators, faculty and staff work together to prepare students for direct entry into the workplace or for transfer to a university.

Brick sign that reads "Ingram State Technical College"

Ingram State Technical College (For Incarcerated Adults)

Headcount: 806
For over 50 years, Ingram State Technical College has worked daily to prepare students for a successful return to family, community and the workplace. Today ISTC is helping close the employment gap in Alabama by offering technical training in 17 career fields, adult education and GED preparation, and soft skills training essential for success in today’s workplace.

Jefferson State Community College

Headcount: 13,082
For more than 50 years, Jefferson State has remained firmly rooted in communities in the greater Birmingham area by providing a quality education blended with convenience, value and personal attention. Jefferson State helps people of all generations acquire the education and workforce training needed to achieve their goals.

Lawson State Community College

Headcount: 4,644
Lawson State is an institution with a rich history of academic achievement and an unmatched record of community leadership and service. The college is proud of its ability to provide seamless administrative processes and educational support services for students and other constituents.

Lurleen B. Wallace Community College

Headcount: 2,316
LBWCC, located in South Central Alabama, and is an open-admission, community-based, state-supported, coeducational, comprehensive community college dedicated to providing affordable, high-quality and accessible education. LBWCC has locations in Andalusia, Opp, Greenville, and Luverne. The college’s faculty and staff are well qualified and remain current in their areas of expertise.

Marion Military Institute

Headcount: 417
Marion Military Institute is one of only four military junior colleges in the U.S. Students from all over the nation attend MMI to establish a strong foundation for future study and to take advantage of its leadership development opportunities. Many MMI students work toward receiving an appointment to one of the five U.S. Service Academies and are in the Service Academy Program (SAP).

Northeast Alabama Community College

Headcount: 3,963
As a comprehensive community college, NACC provides educational programs in academic transfer, career and job training, cultural activities, the fine arts, and adult basic education. College personnel strive for excellence and the result is a community college that is one of the best in the South.

Northwest-Shoals Community College

Headcount: 4,788
NW-SCC is an ideal option for those interested in academic transfer, career/technical programs and health sciences careers. The college operates two campuses in Muscle Shoals and Phil Campbell in Franklin County. NW-SCC makes higher education a reality for a wide range of students at various income levels.

Reid State Technical College

Headcount: 565
Reid State Technical College is a degree-granting, two-year institution that provides quality academic and technical education to students from diverse backgrounds and abilities. The college promotes economic growth by preparing a qualified workforce for business and industry.

Shelton State building and clocktower at sunset

Shelton State Community College

Headcount: 6,757
Shelton State Community College is a two-year community college located in Tuscaloosa, Shelton State meets students where they are then takes them where they want to be. With a broad diversity of students and possibilities, SSCC integrates pieces and parts of a person’s experience for a one-of-a-kind fit.

Snead State Community College

Headcount: 4,160
Snead State Community College offers the complete college experience with quality instruction and an active campus life. Located in the heart of Sand Mountain, the Boaz campus is within driving distance of Birmingham and Huntsville. The 43-acre campus contains instructional facilities, athletic facilities, a dormitory, Learning Resource Center, and cafeteria, all designed to meet the needs of students.

Southern Union Building

Southern Union State Community College

Headcount: 6,678
Southern Union serves residents of an eight-county area of East and Central Alabama as well as neighboring Georgia counties. To ensure a comprehensive college experience, students at Southern Union can choose from a variety of activities, clubs and academic honoraries in addition to their academic and technical training programs.

Trenholm State Community College

Headcount: 2,535
H. Councill Trenholm State Community College provides technical certificate and degree programs; adult learning opportunities; civic, social, cultural and personal development opportunities; business and industry training opportunities; and support of economic development for the central Alabama region. The College operates two campuses, the Patterson Site and the Trenholm Campus.

Wallace Community College – Dothan

Headcount: 5,983
Wallace Community College Dothan provides engaging and community-based learning for thousands of residents in southeast Alabama. The college has two campuses – Dothan and Sparks (Eufaula) – that offer students the opportunity to train for jobs right within their local community.

Wallace State Community College

Headcount: 6,687
Wallace State Community College is a virtual powerhouse in educational programming, with more than 50 majors leading to degree, certificate and transfer opportunities. With its main campus in Hanceville and a satellite campus in Oneonta, the real impact is in improving the lives of students through education.

Wallace Community College – Selma

Headcount: 2,310
Wallace Community College Selma continues to expand its mission and goals to focus on meeting the needs of its students and the community. While celebrating its rich history, the college is constantly making strides toward excellence and building bridges to the future.

Alabama Technology Network (ATN)

ATN partners with the two-year colleges, The University of Alabama System, Auburn University, and The University of Alabama in Huntsville to provide services through a variety of training options and methods, and are strategically located throughout the state to provide local points of contact.