Dr. Reginald Sykes, president of Alabama Southern Community College, has been appointed chairman of the Rural Community College Alliance Board, the largest advocate organization for rural community and tribal colleges in America.
Trenholm State Community College in Montgomery has been awarded a major grant through the Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965, as amended, to help strengthen the workforce capacity of residents of economically distressed Macon County.
Personnel from Northeast Alabama Community College (NACC) were among a group from Jackson County, Alabama, and the Tennessee Valley Authority recently visiting the Google Lenoir Data Center and Caldwell County in North Carolina to gather information and insight for planning the announced Google Center in Jackson County.
LBWCC student Chancey Wyatt of Opp welcomes challenge. For five years, she braved the winds and climbed higher than 300 feet to repair wind turbines throughout the United States and into Canada. Now she is in a career field not typically chosen by females.
The Public Relations and Marketing department at Wallace Community College-Dothan was among the Alabama Community College System colleges to be recognized with awards at the recent annual conference of the Alabama Community College System Public Relations Association (ACCSPRA).
A grant from the Alabama Power Foundation is helping to provide opportunities for Wallace Community College students in science and criminal justice courses to experience hands-on learning.
Wallace State Community College in Hanceville, Ala. has been awarded a $748,965 Appalachian Regional Commission grant for “Winston County Works!,” a project to increase employability of Winston County residents
The Alabama Community College System (ACCS), along with its member colleges throughout the state, joins the nation in celebration of the week of September 21st -26th as national Adult Education and Family Literacy Week (AEFL).
Calhoun Community College President Dr. James Klauber recently announced that the college was awarded $600,000 in Education Trust Fund appropriations to go toward tuition, fees and book scholarships for students enrolling in Calhoun’s career technical dual enrollment courses.
The Gadsden State Community College Public Relations & Marketing Department continued its winning tradition by receiving 14 awards at the Alabama Community College System Public Relations Association (ACCSPRA) Annual Conference held recently in Perdido Beach.