The Alabama Legislature approved the establishment of the state’s network of community, junior, and technical colleges in 1963. However, it was not until 1992 that Bevill State Community College was founded as a result of consolidations of two community colleges. It later merged with two other educational institutions in 1998. Today, Bevill State Community College maintains four main campuses, along with an instructional site and an online branch.
Bevill State Community College awards associate's degrees and technical, non-degree certificate programs. For added convenience and flexibility, Bevill State Community College also supports distance learning programs. Students can participate in remote learning, online programs and courses, and through hybrid courses that blend on-campus instruction with online coursework.
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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