Wallace Hall Administration Building (A Building) was the first building completed on the permanent site of the college. The building houses administrative offices and the general information switchboard, a number of faculty offices and ten classrooms. This building also has two computer labs.
The Adult Education Building (ABE Building) is located on U.S. Highway 31 across from the main campus in Bay Minette. This building houses the College’s Adult Education Program. This facility contains two large classrooms and multiple offices.
Gary L. Branch Business Center (B Building) completed in the fall of 1988, and undergoing extensive renovation in 2018-2019, houses offices for the Division of Applied Technologies including Paralegal Studies, Computer Technology, Graphic Design & Commercial Art, Business Technology, Management Supervision, Drafting & Design, and is the home of the CISCO Networking Academy. The Branch Business Center is equipped with a hundred seat auditorium, six lecture classrooms, and seven workforce development labs, all of which offer an environment conducive to preparing students for community business and industry.
Ernest Stone Classroom Building (C Building) completed during the summer of 1968, houses administrative offices, the Center for Distance Learning, and provides multiple classrooms and laboratories. Special facilities include a conference room and several computer labs to meet the digital needs of the 21st century student.
The Harold B. Pearson Dental Laboratory (D Building) was completed during the summer of 1974 and houses the Dental Assisting Program. The building serves as a mock dental office with individual dental units, X-ray rooms, and an extra laboratory.
Lathem N. Sibert Physical Education Center & Athletic and Recreational Areas (Gym, G Building) is a one-story structure completed in 1968. The gymnasium’s arena has a seating capacity of 2000 and contains classrooms for health and physical education, music, speech and theater, and such special equipment rooms as the weight room, trainer’s room, a state of the art fitness center, and hospitality room. It also has four dressing rooms with adequate locker space. The building was dedicated and named in honor of the first president of the college, Dr. Lathem N. Sibert, in January 1971. The baseball field was named for Coach Stan James who was inducted in the AJCCC Hall of fame in 1995. The basketball arena was named for Coach Jack Robertson in 2002. The Lady Sun Chief Softball Field was completed in 2006. In 2018, the outdoor tennis courts, basketball courts, the intramural courts, and walking track were resurfaced.
The Austin R. Meadows Library (L Building)was the second building completed on the Bay Minette Campus. The Library contains a large reading room with networked computers, a printer, and study areas. Additionally, the Library offers an audiovisual auditorium and conference room as well as access to books, online databases, reference materials, periodicals, audiovisuals, study areas, and the Internet, including student access wifi and a public wifi network. The Library Services course/page on Canvas provides 24/7 access to online library resources.
The Performing Arts Center (PAC, P Building) has a seating capacity of 999. It provides space for fine arts and music programs, guest speakers, community programs, and graduation exercises.
The Seymore Trammel Science Building (S Building) houses chemistry, biology, and physics laboratories, lecture facilities and faculty offices. College police offices are also located here.
Memorial Hall (SBI Building) is a 45,000 square foot, LEED-certified building, completed in 2012. On the first floor of the two-story structure is the College Bookstore, which is managed by Barnes & Noble and offers a wide variety of Coastal Alabama branded merchandise, as well as textbooks and other course related materials. The College Bookstore contains a Barnes & Noble Café, offering a variety of beverages, sandwiches, snacks, and pastries. Also, on the same floor are the Student Services' offices (Admissions, Student Records, Registrar, Student Development, Veteran Affairs, and Financial Aid, the Student Success Center, and Business Office.) There are nine classrooms and faculty offices located on the second floor.
The John M. Tyson, Jr. Technology Center (T Building), completed in 1994 and undergoing extensive renovation in 2018-2019, houses Art, Graphic Arts, Computer Science and Business, Surgical Technology, Nursing, offices, and classrooms.
The Aubrey R. McVay Student Center and Sun Chief Grill (Student Union) was built in 1968 and contains 6,000 square feet of recreational area and a cafeteria capable of feeding approximately 500 students. The building was remodeled in 1982, 2005, 2012, and most recently in 2017 to provide an attractive, modern facility for students to use anytime they are not in class. The Student Center, located on the second floor, houses the office of the Director of Student Activities.
The W. Candler McGowen Hall Administrative Annex Building (X Building) is used for maintenance purposes. The building will be renovated into needed spaces for multiple areas of the College.
The Fort Cruse Log Cabin is an activities building located north of the gymnasium and was added to campus in 1986. This building is used for receptions and social events on the campus.
The Sun Chief Residential Life and Learning Center opened doors in 2006 and is a modern residential facility that houses 320 students. Residents of Sun Chief Hall have a large lobby area with three fireplaces, a computer lab, theater, game room, kitchen area, and laundry facilities. On-campus meals are provided in Sun Chief Grill.
The Thompson Residential Life Center houses 140 students. Each room has two spaces and a dressing area. The bathroom is shared with the adjoining room. Thompson Hall has a lobby, living area, computers, three community televisions and gaming areas, and two laundry room facilities. Renovations were made in 2014 and 2015.