Central Alabama Community College is a publicly supported institution in the Alabama Community College System and is under the direction and control of the Alabama State Board of Education. The College strives to meet the needs of students at an affordable price in an easily accessible setting. The College can and will meet the general academic, career, technical, senior college transfer, adult education, skills training, and training for industry/business needs of its communities.
Coosa Valley School of Nursing began as the Sylacauga School of Nursing in 1921 as a hospital diploma program. The school was reorganized in 1951 and continued to operate as a hospital diploma program until 1994, when CVSN introduced an associate degree of nursing program. Academic courses for the program were offered by the ACSJC, and then CACC, since 1972. Coosa Valley School of Nursing merged with Central Alabama Community College in a three-phase program that was completed on November 21, 1996. Coosa Valley School of Nursing moved into the Jim Preuitt Nursing and Allied Health Building on the Childersburg campus in January 2001.
Today, the Alexander City and Childersburg campuses offer resources and expertise which address the education and training needs of central Alabama.
1675 Cherokee Rd
Alex City, Alabama35010