The Alabama Community College System joins the GED Testing Service today to announce major changes to the GED Test which will help to provide greater opportunities for those successfully passing the test. The changes take effect immediately.
Wallace Community College-Dothan (WCCD) has been recognized as one of the fastest growing community college in Alabama according to the 2015 Fastest Growing Colleges report published in Community College Week. The report is based on the most recent complete figures from the U.S. Department of Education and includes the top 50 colleges in four categories based on enrollment size. WCCD’s credit enrollment grew by 3.5% in the 2013-2014 school year, the largest increase in community colleges in Alabama with credit enrollments of 2,500-4,999.
Wallace State Community College has earned a place among Community College Week’s ranking of the nation’s fastest growing community colleges with enrollments of 5,000 or more, the only community college in Alabama to do so.
Calhoun Community College will pay tribute to slain civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during the school's annual celebration program.
Dr. Creigs C. Beverly, Fulbright scholar and professor emeritus of social work at Wayne State University in Detroit, will be the keynote speaker.
When Sarah Heims returned to Wallace Community College 18 years after her last school experience, the prospect of taking math courses – even developmental level ones - intimidated her, and the prospect of taking them via computer intimidated her even more.
FIAT Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), the National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3) and Lawson State Community College recently announced formation of a new education partnership for the state of Alabama and the Mopar CAP (Career Automotive Program) Local national program that will advance employment readiness for automotive students.
Calhoun Community College will expand two programs that prepare north Alabama students for in-demand careers with the help of grants totaling $200,000 announced by Gov. Robert Bentley.
On Friday, December 11, 2015, Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) Federal Co-Chair Earl F. Gohl will visit Greensboro, Alabama, to announce funding for a workforce training program to recruit, train, and prepare workers for Alabama’s automotive industry.