The Monroeville Campus has a total of nine buildings with 90,404 gross square feet of building area for academic and technical programs which supports the mission of the College.
The John D. Forte Libraryhouses an authorized Pearson-Vue Testing Center, a Student Success Center, and Student Support Services. The John Dennis Forte Library in Monroeville is home to theSouthwest Alabama Regional Arts Museumwhich was made possibledue to the generous donation of the art collection of Eric and Pam Sekeres. This art collection represents the Sekeres’s life-long commitment to curating a global art collection ranging from 19th century landscapes to modernist works. Visitors may view the collection during library hours.
The College’s intercollegiate athletic programs are located on the Monroeville Campus with theCooper Centerhousing a gymnasiumfor men’s and women’s basketball. In addition to a softball complex and a baseball complex, the College’s outdoor facilities include a tennis complex with eight lighted courts for student and public use. The College also has a scenic bike/pedestrian walking trail on the western side of the Campus which is approximately 1.2 miles long.
Nettles Auditorium -A 900-seat auditorium, serves the cultural needs of both the College and the community. The auditorium is equipped with state-of-the-art sound, lighting, and broadband wireless Internet to support conferences, musicals, and theater productions for the College and the community.
Alabama Center for the Literary Arts- Centered on the Monroeville campus, the Alabama Center for the Literary Arts supports, studies, and celebrates the rich literary tradition of the State of Alabama. Each spring, the Center hosts the Alabama Writers Symposium in Monroeville, the “Literary Capital of Alabama.” The Fountain of Literary Inspiration in the courtyard of the John Dennis Forte Library celebrates and honors the legacy of Monroe County’s multitude of writers, including Harper Lee and Truman Capote. Visitors may also view the acclaimed artist Nall’s mixed media portrayals of the significance of Truman Capote, Helen Keller, Martin Luther King, Jr., Harper Lee, and Booker T. Washington.
The Workforce Development Centerlocated near the Monroeville campus is approximately 75,000-square-feet and was purchased in 2010 from Vanity Fair, Inc. The building is primarily used to expand the technical programming in the Monroeville Campus area as well as promote economic development in the region. The College currently teaches dual enrollment Welding and Industrial Maintenance classes in the facility.