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Gadsden State Community College
600 Valley Street
Gadsden, Alabama 35902-0227
(256) 549-8672
Contact: Jennie Dobson
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     As home to more than 8,000 students from across Northeast Alabama and the world, as well as approximately 800 faculty and staff, Gadsden State is the ultimate college experience.
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Undergrad Population: 7030
Graduate Population: 0
Student Body: Coed
In State Tuition: $4350
Out of State Tuition: $7560
Room & Board: $3200
Applications Due: rolling (No)
Online Classes: no
Percent Men: 39%
Percent Women: 61%
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Majors Offered

•Agriculture & Related Sciences

•Area, Ethnic, Cultural, & Gender Studies

•Arts, Visual & Performing

•Biological & Biomedical Sciences

•Business, Management, & Marketing

•Communications & Journalism

•Communications Technologies

•Computer & Information Sciences

•Construction Trades



•Engineering Technologies

•English Language & Literature

•Family & Consumer Sciences

•Health Professions & Clinical Sciences


•Law & Legal Studies

•Liberal Arts & Sciences


•Mechanic & Repair Technologies

•Natural Resources & Conservation

•Parks, Recreation & Fitness

•Personal & Culinary Services

•Philosophy & Religion

•Physical Sciences

•Precision Production Trades


•Security & Protective Services

•Social Sciences

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College History
     Construction began on Wallace Hall Fine Arts Center in January 1967. The $1,500,000 (1968) building was designed by Architects Hofferbert & Ellis. The center was built with excellent acoustics and modern stage equipment. Upon completion, the center hosted performers from around the globe with the Gadsden/Callan Concert Series.
     By 1997, the near constant use of the center had taken it's toll. Without major renovations, the center would face closure. In 1998, however, Gadsden State and the City of Gadsden raised over $400,000 to complete the needed repairs. Over 1,200 new theatre seats were installed. The lobby restrooms were gutted and replaced. New dressing space was added along with a host of other facility improvements.
      In 2009, the College again upgraded the facility with an updated paint scheme and lobby enhancements.
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