Community College Completion Rates in Alabama

  • The community colleges completion rates for first-time, full-time students in Alabama are comprised of approximately 17% (2020).
  • The community colleges completion rates for first-time, full-time students in Alabama are listed below (where sufficient data available).

Community College Completion Rates in Alabama (2020)

  • College Completion Rate Location
  • Rank: #11.
    Remington College-Mobile Campus
    Private, non-profit
    57%
    828 Downtowner Loop W
    Mobile AL  36609
    (251)343-8200
  • Rank: #22.
    Fortis College-Mobile
    Private, for profit
    55%
    7033 Airport Blvd.
    Mobile AL  36608
    (251)344-1203
  • Rank: #33.
    Fortis College-Montgomery
    Private, for profit
    46%
    3736 Atlanta Hwy
    Montgomery AL  36109
    (334)272-3857
  • Rank: #44.
    Virginia College-Mobile
    Public
    33%
    3725 Airport Blvd, Suite 165
    Mobile AL  36608
    (251)343-7227
  • Rank: #55.
    Snead State Community College
    Public
    32%
    102 Elder Street
    Boaz AL  35957
    (256)593-5120
  • Rank: #66.29%
    138 Highway 35
    Rainsville AL  35986
    (205)638-4418
  • Rank: #77.
    Marion Military Institute
    Public
    27%
    1101 Washington St
    Marion AL  36756
    (800)664-1842
  • Rank: #88.25%
    2800 South Alabama Avenue
    Monroeville AL  36460
    (251)575-3156
  • Rank: #9-109.-10.24%
    801 Main St NW
    Hanceville AL  35077
    (256)352-8000
  • Rank: #9-109.-10.
    Reid State Technical College
    Public
    24%
    I65 and Hwy 83
    Evergreen AL  36401
    (251)578-1313
  • Rank: #1111.23%
    1225 Air Base Blvd
    Montgomery AL  36108
    (334)420-4300
  • Rank: #1212.20%
    3000 Earl Goodwin Parkway
    Selma AL  36703
    (334)876-9227
  • Rank: #1313.19%
    1000 Dannelly Blvd.
    Andalusia AL  36420
    (334)222-6591
  • Rank: #1414.18%
    220 Alco Dr
    Brewton AL  36426
    (251)867-4832
  • Rank: #1515.
    Bevill State Community College
    Public
    17%
    1411 Indiana Avenue
    Jasper AL  35501
    (205)387-0511
  • Rank: #1616.16%
    750 Roberts St
    Wadley AL  36276
    (256)395-2211
  • Rank: #1717.15%
    1141 Wallace Drive
    Dothan AL  36303
    (334)983-3521
  • Rank: #1818.14%
    1675 Cherokee Rd
    Alexander City AL  35010
    (256)234-6346
  • Rank: #19-2019.-20.13%
    1001 George Wallace Dr
    Gadsden AL  35903
    (256)549-8200
  • Rank: #19-2019.-20.13%
    6250 U S Highway 31 N
    Tanner AL  35671
    (256)306-2500
  • Rank: #21-2421.-24.12%
    2602 College Drive
    Phenix City AL  36869
    (334)291-4900
  • Rank: #21-2421.-24.12%
    3421 Meridian St N
    Huntsville AL  35811
    (256)539-8161
  • Rank: #21-2421.-24.12%
    800 George Wallace Blvd
    Muscle Shoals AL  35661
    (256)331-5200
  • Rank: #21-2421.-24.12%
    9500 Old Greensboro Rd
    Tuscaloosa AL  35405
    (205)391-2211
  • Rank: #2525.11%
    1900 US Hwy 31 S
    Bay Minette AL  36507
    (251)580-2100
  • Rank: #2626.10%
    3060 Wilson Rd SW
    Birmingham AL  35221
    (205)925-2515
  • Rank: #27-2827.-28.9%
    600 Plaza Drive
    Enterprise AL  36330
    (334)347-2623
  • Rank: #27-2827.-28.
    Bishop State Community College
    Public
    9%
    351 North Broad Street
    Mobile AL  36603
    (251)405-7005
  • Rank: #2929.5%
    2601 Carson Rd
    Birmingham AL  35215
    (205)853-1200
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