Coastal Alabama Community College

CACC releases President’s and Dean’s lists
News Staff Report Coastal Alabama Community College has released students on the President’s Lists and Dean’s List for Fall 2018. President’s List Requirements for the President’s List are a semester grade point average of 4.0, and completion of a minimum semester course load of 12 semester credit hours of college-level work. The following area students were named to the President’s List: Atmore – Anna L. Boatwright, Katelyn Alexis Daughtry, Henry…
Students attend Reality Campus
Special to Atmore News Reality Campus is an event hosted each year at Coastal Alabama Community College (Monroeville Campus) by the Educational Talent Search Program. Local high school students entering the 11th and 12th grades are invited to participate in a simulation in which they will go through the “college registration process.” Approximately 130 students participated in the recent simulation. They experience life as an “incoming college freshmen” and they…
Hughston appointed CACC interim president
Special to Atmore News On Tuesday, Nov. 13, Chancellor Jimmy H. Baker announced the appointment of Patty Hughston as Interim President of Coastal Alabama Community College. Hughston is a career educator with more than 30 years of experience in K-12 and higher education as an instructor, counselor and administrator. Most recently, she served as vice president of Instruction and Workforce Development at Coastal Alabama Community College. “For the last 10…
Nipper signs with CACC
J U Blacksher High School senior Jae-Lauren Nipper signed with Coastal Alabama Community College (Brewton campus) on a softball scholarship. Shown at the signing on Thursday, November 16, are, seated, dad Jimmy Nipper, Jae-Lauren, mom Rebecca Nipper; back, travel ball coaches Ren Powell, Paul Walton; JUB coaches Tommy Kilpatrick, Ginger Middleton; Principal Donald Baggett; CACC Coach Misty Nims.
CACC welding program wins sculpture contest
Three students from the welding program on the Atmore Campus of Coastal Alabama Community College won first place in a sculpture contest at the Central Gulf Industrial Alliance (CGIA) General Membership Meeting and 10th Anniversary Celebration held on November 1. The students involved in building the sculptured sea turtle were Lee Boggs, Travious English, and Michael Smith. The three students will share $250, and the Atmore Campus welding program will also receive $250. Many industry leaders, along…