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Encyclopedia > Shelton State Community College

Shelton State Community College is a community college in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. In Canada and the United States, a community college, sometimes called a junior college, is an educational institution providing post-secondary education and lower-level tertiary education, granting certificates, diplomas, and associates degrees. ... Tuscaloosa is a city in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. ...

 General information: (205) 391-2347 Financial aid office: (205) 391-2376 Admissions office: (205) 391-2214 Home Page: [1] (http://www.sheltonstate.edu) 

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Shelton State Community College - Tuscaloosa, Alabama/AL - Community College Review (437 words)
In addition, the C. Fredd Campus of Shelton State, designated as an Historically Black College and University, plays a special role in extending the operations and activities of Shelton State to West Alabama 's culturally diverse population.
Shelton State Community College awards the Associate in Arts Degree, the Associate in Science Degree, the Associate in Applied Science Degree.
The primary purpose of student financial assistance programs at Shelton State Community College is to assist students with meeting the cost of their education.
The Chronicle: Daily News Blog: Sweet Home in Alabama Is Built for College's President by Its Foundation (436 words)
A private foundation with ties to Shelton State Community College, in Tuscaloosa, Ala., spent more than $560,000 to build a home for the college’s president, Richard Rogers, who is involved in a state and federal investigation.
The Shelton State Community College Foundation’s executive director, Lewis Drummond, said the foundation had built the 4,500-square-foot house in 2004 as an investment, according to The Birmingham News.
State Rep. Bryant Melton, a former employee of Shelton State, has agreed to plead guilty to funneling $85,000 in legislative grants to the Alabama Fire College Foundation and using most of the money to pay gambling debts (The Chronicle, July 10).
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