Alamance Community College was established in 1958 as a part of the North Carolina statewide system of industrial education centers. This college was known as the Technical Institute of Alamance in 1964 and the Technical College of Alamance in 1979. Its present day name was adopted in 1988. This community college is located in Graham, North Carolina, and has the following campuses:
Alamance Community College offers a wide range of educational programs and courses, including 2-year degree programs, 1-year diploma programs and shorter certificate courses. The academic divisions of the college are:
Alamance Community College houses several student organizations and clubs. These include Student Government Association, Animal Care Club, Beta Tau Chi, Culinary Team, Horticulture Club, Phi Theta Kappa, Sigma Psi and Visual Arts Club, among others.
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