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Alabama Southern Community College

Alabama Southern Community College
Motto Tradition, Innovation, Excellence
Established 1991
Type Community college system
President Dr. Reginald Sykes
Vice-president Dr. Lee Taylor
Provost Roger Chandler
Students 1400
Location Monroeville and Thomasville, Alabama, U.S.A.
Campus Four commuter campuses
Mascot Eagle

Alabama Southern Community College is a community college system that operates in southwest Alabama, United States. Alabama Southern was formed in 1991 by the merger of Patrick Henry Junior College in Monroeville, Alabama and Hobson State Technical College in Thomasville, Alabama.[1] The Thomasville campus is home to the Kathryn Tucker Windham Museum.[2] In addition to two full service campuses located in these cities, learning centers are located in Gilbertown, and Jackson, Alabama.[3]


The College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award three different types of Associate degrees: Associate of Arts, Associate in Science, and Associate in Applied Science.[4]

Undergraduate majors

Alabama Southern offers undergraduate majors in Business Management and Marketing, Computer and Information Sciences, Construction Trades, Engineering, Engineering Technologies, Health Professions and Clinical Sciences, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Mechanic and Repair Technologies, Personal and Culinary Services, and in Security & Protective Services.[5]


The Monroeville campus is located at 2800 South Alabama Avenue, 31°29′20″N 87°19′35″W / 31.4888°N 87.3264°W / 31.4888; -87.3264Coordinates: 31°29′20″N 87°19′35″W / 31.4888°N 87.3264°W / 31.4888; -87.3264. The Thomasville campus is located at 30755 Highway 43 South, 31°53′21″N 87°44′42″W / 31.8891°N 87.7451°W / 31.8891; -87.7451.[3]


External links

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