California State University–Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California, United States
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Alexander City Campus:
The Alexander City Campus is located on ninety acres at the intersection of highways 280 and 63. The campus is 78 miles southeast of Birmingham, 55 miles northeast of Montgomery, 123 miles southwest of Atlanta, and 70 miles northwest of Columbus, Georgia. Campus classrooms overlook a three-acre lake on the campus
The Childersburg Campus is located on Highway 280 in Childersburg, Alabama. The campus is 35 miles southeast of Birmingham, 76 miles north of Montgomery, and 42 miles southwest of Anniston. It consists of ten buildings on forty-five acres of land. The campus was originally built in 1966 and has had four major additions. Eleven acres of land adjacent to the campus have been acquired to accommodate future expansion.
The Talladega Center includes one building unit that contains approximately 28,500 square feet of space. The center is located 50 miles east of Birmingham, 90 miles north of Montgomery, and 100 miles west of Atlanta, Georgia. The center offers four computer labs, one chemistry/biology lab, four instructional classrooms, and faculty and administrative offices.
Alexander City, with a population of over 15,000 is located on the shores of beautiful Lake Martin with 44,000 acres of clean sparkling water and 750 miles of shoreline dotted with cabins, condominiums, restaurants, marinas and Wind Creek State Park.
Alexander City boasts exceptional medical facilities. Russell Medical Center houses a cancer center, a rehabilitation wing, a professional office building, eighty-one private room beds, and 50 physicians on staff encompassing 25 medical specialties. Alexander City Schools, grade K-12, are accredited through Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. A community initiated scholarship program, "Gateway to Education", provides a two-year college education from Central Alabama Community College to all students graduating from Benjamin Russell High School who have earned at least a "C" average. Central Alabama Community College is the home of the Betty Carol Graham Technology Center that provides training of the workforce for high-tech industries. Two public libraries, one adult and one children's provide additional resources for the community.