The Administration and Classroom Building (P Building ) 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 (H Building) 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 (G Building) gives students on the Gulf Shores Campus an area to enjoy the outdoors.