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About Talladega College
Talladega's main campus includes 41 buildings on 50 acres, surrounded by the city and gently rolling woodlands. The beautiful oak-lined campus boasts several historic landmarks: Swayne Hall (1852), the original school house has been used for classrooms; the President's House (1881); DeForest Chapel (1903), that houses the famous 17 stained-glass windows by David C. Driskell; and Savery Library (1939), home of the Amistad Murals by famed artist Hale Woodruff.
Talladega College is located in an historic district of the city of Talladega, Alabama.
Talladega College offers on-campus housing for students.
In addition to completing your college application, a Housing application must be completed. Students must be accepted to the college before housing is assigned. A student qualifies for on-campus housing upon completion of registration with a course schedule of 12 or more semester hours. Students who are not registered will not be permitted to move into the residence hall, eat in the cafeteria, or attend classes. Residents who drop below full-time status (12 semester hours), or withdraw must notify the Housing Office and follow the appropriate check out procedure.
Courses available 10Applied and Pure Sciences 3 Business and Management 1 Computer Science and IT 1 Creative Arts & Design 2 English Language 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 1 Law 1
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