The Administration and Classroom Building (GS-A) was constructed in 1993 and was built for the College by the City of Gulf Shores on land donated by the Meyer family. Administrative offices, general purpose classrooms, a computer lab, a Learning Resources Center, and a science lab are housed in the building.
The Hospitality and Tourism Management Center (GS-B) was constructed in 1994 and houses offices and classrooms for Culinary Arts, Hospitality Management and Hotel/Restaurant Management. Frederic’s, the College’s gourmet restaurant operated by Coastal Alabama chefs and students, is also a part of the facility. This building also accommodates the Emergency Medical Technician Program.
The Gazebo gives students on the Gulf Shores Campus an area to enjoy the outdoors.