Thomasville Campus

The George C. Wallace Administration Building (Building 1000) houses administrative offices and student services such as a Student Success Center, Student Development Office, Student Support Services, Financial Aid, and a testing center. In addition, there are several multipurpose classrooms, two computer labs, and faculty offices. 

Building 1300 contains classroom and laboratory space for the Industrial Maintenance and Electrical Technology program. The building provides office space for various College programs. Additionally, Building 8000 will undergo renovation in 2019 to house robotics trainers and other Industrial Maintenance courses.

The W.J. Paul Building (Building 3000) on the Thomasville Campus houses the Kathryn Tucker Windham Library and Museum which provides students and the community access to library resources while showcasing the life of author, photographer, and celebrated storyteller, Kathryn Tucker Windham. The museum includes many artifacts from Windham's life and takes visitors on a tour of her achievements, including writing the well-love 13 Alabama Ghosts and Jeffrey.

Building 4000 houses a regional center of the Alabama Technology Network which is a part of the Alabama Community College System and provides training and business solutions for the existing businesses and industries in the College's service area. The building also includes a laboratory and classroom space for the Machine Tool Technology program and a biology laboratory. 

The Welding Technology Building (Building 5000) contains a laboratory with welding booths, classrooms, tool and supply area, and material cutting and grinding stations.

The Cosmetology Building (Building 6000) provides laboratory, classroom, and office space for the Cosmetology program. 

The Paper and Chemical Technology program is housed in Building 7000 with laboratory space, classrooms, and offices.

The Ella B. Bell Adult Education Center (Building 7500) consists of two classrooms, offices, and study spaces.