Central Alabama Community College, also referred to as CACC, was established in 1989 by the Alabama State Board of Education. The Alexander City State Junior College and the Nunnelley State Technical College were consolidated to form the Central Alabama Community College. CACC offers classes in the Alexander City Campus, Childersburg Campus, and the Talladega Center.
Central Alabama Community College awards associate's degrees in the fields of science, applied science, and occupational technology. Several certificate programs, online courses, and adult education programs are also available. The institution offers the following academic divisions:
Central Alabama Community College's athletics department fields a number of men's and women's sports teams. They are nicknamed the Trojans, and they participate in baseball, softball, volleyball, golf, and tennis. Students are also members of clubs and organizations like the Cultural Unity Organization, Phi Theta Kappa - Omicron Upsilon Chapter, and the Student Government Association.
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