Get started with Robotics at Coastal Alabama Community College

Coastal Alabama Community College is a public two-year institution with campuses in Baldwin, Monroe, Clarke, Choctaw, and Escambia counties, serving the communities of Bay Minette, Atmore, Brewton, Fairhope, Gulf Shores, Monroeville, Thomasville, Gilbertown and Jackson in south Alabama. The College also operates locations at the Academy at the Fairhope Airport, the Alabama Aviation Center at Brookley Field, the Foley Career and Technical Facility, the North Baldwin Center for Technology, the South Baldwin Center for Technology, and Fountain Correctional Facility. The college boasts more than 100 programs and pathways and serves a current combined enrollment of more than 10,000 students across all locations, spanning nearly 9,000 miles in south Alabama. Dr. Craig Pouncey has served as our President since October 2019. As a member of the Alabama Community College System, we are governed by the Alabama Community College System Board of Trustees, and our regional administrative campus is located in Bay Minette.

Contact Information

Address
1900 US-31, Bay Minette, Alabama 36507
Email
joe.beaty@coastalalabama.edu
Phone
(251) 580-2243

Robotics Training Programs from Coastal Alabama Community College

Now is the time to take charge of your life! A college education is only as good as your passion to give it your all, and our areas of study are as diverse as they are comprehensive. Whether you’re destined to work on the flight line keeping the latest jets in tip-top shape, or on the front lines ensuring the health and wellness of your community, Coastal Alabama Community College has a pathway to success that’s tailor-made for you!

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