Get started with Robotics at Enterprise State Community College
The public junior college system of Alabama was established in 1963 through the efforts of Governor George C. Wallace and the Alabama Legislature. Enterprise was selected as the site for one of the original twelve state junior colleges. Area citizens and civic groups raised money for the purchase of a 100-acre campus site, donated library materials, and provided a number of scholarships — thus beginning a history of college and community cooperation for which Enterprise State Community College is noted. On August 9, 2017, Matt Rodgers was named the fifth permanent president of the College. During his first year, the College received approval to offer two new career and technical programs: the Medical Assistant Program and the Commercial Truck Driving License program. The College continues its rich tradition of serving the needs of the community. Mr. Rodgers, the faculty, and staff are continuing the College’s legacy of excellence in education at all locations of the College and in the surrounding communities. Dynamic leadership, dedication to the teaching-learning process, and superior support services achieve the College’s mission.