The Thomasville Campus contains approximately 95,476 gross square feet of space in thirteen buildings as shown on the Alabama Public Higher Education Facilities Inventory Report. The Campus houses several technical programs including Associate Degree Nursing, Cosmetology, and Paper and Chemical Technology. The National Science Foundation designatedNational Center for Pulp and Paper Technologyis officially housed on the Thomasville campus. Actual paper making laboratories are located in building 7000 where students receive hands-on experience with the high technology that drives today’s paper industry.
The Thomasville Campus library offers state-of-the-art research resources and is also home to theKathryn
Tucker Windham Museum.Opened June 1, 2003, the museum honors the life of author, photographer,
celebrated storyteller, and pioneering journalist Kathryn Tucker Windham, a native of Thomasville. The museum, housed in the Thomasville Kathryn Tucker Windham Library, includes many artifacts from Windham’s life and takes visitors on a tour of her achievements, including writing the well-loved13 Alabama GhostsandJeffrey.
The Thomasville campus also houses a regional center of theAlabama Technology Networkwhich is 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.