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Calhoun Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges
to award Associate’s degrees and certificates. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur,
Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Calhoun Community College.
Member of American Association of Community Colleges
Alabama Community College System
Calhoun Community College is committed to equal opportunity in employment and education. The College does not
discriminate in any program or activity on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, disability, marital
status, or any other protected class.
Effective August 16, 2010, Calhoun Community College is a completely tobacco-free college.
If you should have any questions regarding this policy, feel free to contact
Calhoun’s Dean of Student Affairs.
Students who would like to request accomodations on the basis of disability should contact
Disability Services at 256-306-2630 or [email protected]
256-306-2648 (Decatur) • 256-890-4770 (Huntsville)
6250 Highway 31 North • Decatur, AL 35609 • 256-306-2500
102 Wynn Drive • Huntsville, AL 35805 • 256-890-4700
All of Calhoun’s health programs, and a majority of our
technology programs are housed at the Decatur campus,
along with an outstanding university transfer program that
provides the first two years of almost any
bachelor’s degree.
Alabama Center
for the Arts
A par tnership with Athens State
University, the Alabama Center for the Arts
in Downtown Decatur is the home of highquality instruction in ar ts programs like
graphic design, drawing, painting, ceramics,
and photography, among others. Phase II will
open in 2016 and house the performing ar ts.
Calhoun’s Huntsville/Cummings Research Park campus is the only two-year college
campus in the nation located in a major research park. A $34M construction/
renovation project is currently underway at the campus that will provide increased
access and a more collegiate environment for students.
Campus Tours
Is Calhoun the place for you? We think so, but find out for yourself by arranging a tour!
Calhoun offers student-guided, staff-guided, and group tours. Campus tours must be
arranged at least 24 hours in advance. To arrange a tour, please visit
Group tour s from high schools in our ser vice area should be arranged through your
Calhoun recr uiter or by calling 256-260-2492.
General Studies
Child Development
Music Industry Communications
Advanced Manufacturing
(Welding, Structures/Assembly)
Computer Information Systems
Air Conditioning & Refrigeration
(Advanced ACR, System Design,
Commercial, Business)
(Engineering, Architectural,
3D Design & Production)
Electrical Technolog y
Industrial Maintenance
(Mechanical, Electrical,
Air Conditioning/Refrigeration, Instrumentation)
Machine Tool Technolog y
Process Technolog y
Renewable Energ y
Business Administration
Business Administration
Accounting Technolog y
Tax Professional*
Accounting Essentials*
Computer Graphics
(Electronic Imaging, Animation, Graphic Design)
Design Drafting
Anna-Margaret Sparks
(First two years of University Transfer courses
leading to a Bachelor’s Degree)
Deciding to attend Calhoun is one of the best
decisions I have ever made. I am able to be involved
with student organizations, work on campus, and
create lifelong friendships all while taking classes
that help me pursue my nursing career.
Information Assurance/Cyber Defense
Office Systems Technolog y
Networking Technolog y
Cisco Preparation*
Computer Technician Preparation*
Software Applications*
Information Assurance
& Cybersecurity*
Mobile App Development*
Associate Degree Nursing
Dental Assisting
Emergency Medical Ser vices
(EMT, AEMT, Paramedic)
Physical Therapist Assistant
Practical Nursing*
Surgical Technolog y
Clinical Laborator y Technician
* Certificate-Only Programs
Financial Aid
Even with our affordable tuition, we realize that many students need additional help with
the costs of going to college. Our Office of Student Financial Ser vices can assist with many
types of federal, state and institutional financial aid. A large number of oppor tunities are
available. To ensure consideration for all types of financial assistance, contact the Office of
Student Financial Ser vices at 256-306-2628 or visit
Calhoun offer s a wide var iety of institutional and foundation scholar ships recognizing
academic excellence , and a single application allows you to be considered for all of
these awards. The scholar ship deadline is March 1 of each year. Please note scholar ship
applications require students to complete a Free Application for Feder al Student Aid
at Detailed infor mation and our online application can be found at ships.
Calhoun students who complete an Associate of Science in General Studies and transfer to
a public university in Alabama have guaranteed transferability of their courses by following
a STARS guide from the Statewide Transfer and Ar ticulation Repor ting System at stars.troy.
edu . A student who follows the guide for their major at their transfer university can arrive at
the university as a junior. Courses will also transfer to private colleges, universities, and outof-state universities through ar ticulation agreements. Be sure to ask your academic advisor
at Calhoun for assistance with completing a STARS guide or an ar ticulation agreement.
I am for tunate to work at Calhoun Community
College .
The students are intelligent,
fr iendly, and polite . My colleagues are my
best fr iends, and they make my days most
enjoyable . In addition, I get to read and talk
about great liter ature . What a life .
Dr. Randy Cross
Calhoun’s wide array of clubs and organizations offer something for ever yone, so get
involved! Activities outside the classroom are an integral par t of the total educational
experience. Whether it is leadership, ser vice, personal interest or just making more
friends, getting involved in a club or organization is the best way to make connections
on campus. For a full listing, check out
Go Warhawks! Calhoun is proud
to be the home of intercollegiate
baseball and softball programs
that compete at the highest level
of community college athletics.
Come out for a beautiful day
at the game!
Want to find out more?
S u c c ess
every stu de nt.
5 Simple Steps
for First-Time
1. Apply for Admission –
2. Fill out your FAFSA –
(School Code: 001013)
3. Schedule Your Placement Exam –
4. Meet with an advisor to discuss
your course options –
5. Register on MyCalhoun
‘Success for ever y student’ is Calhoun Community College’s vision and a
commitment which drives us each day to do the best for our students. It
is this commitment to our students that has helped to make Calhoun the
excellent institution that we have become.
Dr. James S. Klauber, Sr.,
and Pay Tuition and Fees