LBW Community College student Jeffrey Hall doesn't let the lack of sight interfere with his dreams.
Marion Military Institute (MMI) was recently awarded a $1.9 Million Title III federal grant for academic support.
Alabama Community College System Chancellor Dr. Mark Heinrich today announced the appointment of Lela M. Taylor as Administrative Assistant, providing support for the Chancellor’s Office and the Executive Division.
Northwest-Shoals Community College (NW-SCC) officially opened its new 8,844 square-foot Salon and Spa Center on Monday, November 16th, at 2:00 p.m. with a brief press conference followed by an open house.
Dr. Mark Heinrich, chancellor of the Alabama Community College System (ACCS), today recommended and the ACCS Board of Trustees unanimously approved the appointment of Dr. Larry A. Ferguson as the new president for Bevill State Community College. The appointment was announced during the Board’s November meeting, held today at the ACCS Central Office.
Welding students from various counties across north Alabama will gather at J.F. Drake State Community and Technical College to compete in Drake State’s sixth annual Regional Welding Competition on November 12, 2015.
A special celebration held on November 9, 2015, marked the culmination of a three-year partnership between Bevill State Community College, Alabama Power Company, Southern Company Services, and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. Representatives from all involved dedicated the Alabama Power Company Technical Education Center on Bevill State’s Sumiton Campus.
The Alabama Association for Developmental Education (ALADE) has presented Northeast Alabama Community College its 2015 Outstanding Developmental Education Program award. The prestigious award is presented to colleges that have a superior developmental program.
Alabama Community College System (ACCS) Chancellor Dr. Mark Heinrich today announced the appointment of two new members to the ACCS staff. Rebecca B. Masic has been named Workforce Officer, effective November 9, and Dr. Russ Rothamer has been appointed Chief Academic and Student Affairs Officer and will assume his new role effective November 16, 2015.
Wallace Community College’s career technical and health programs train students in the latest industry standards and equipment, create relationships with area businesses, and aid in job placement after graduation. Each program provides students with up-to-date skills and knowledge necessary to successfully meet the needs of the area’s business and industry, and Advisory Committees combine education with industry as college instructors and students work with area professionals to gain insight on the rapidly changing workforce