The Mobile area is home to several four-year institutions and two-year community colleges and career training establishments
Alabama Aviation Center at Mobile
A Unit of Coastal Alabama Community College
1975 Avenue C, Mobile
Alabama Aviation Center at Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley trains students to work in aviation maintenance and avionics. It was the first two-year college to be designated as an official FAA Educational Resource Center. The facility accommodates 300 students.
Bishop State Community College
351 N. Broad St., Mobile
414 Stanton Rd., Mobile
925 Dauphin Island Pkwy., Mobile
Baker-Gaines Central Campus
1365 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave., Mobile
Bishop State Community College has four campuses and works with local industries to provide training programs for new and existing employees. In addition to university transfer programs, the college is expanding its technology training to match the needs of Mobile industries.
Coastal Alabama Community College
1900 S. U.S. Hwy. 31, Bay Minette
Coastal Alabama Community College, a public two-year institution in Southwest Alabama, offers over 100 programs with campuses in Atmore, The Academy at the Fairhope Airport, Bay Minette, Brewton, Fairhope, Gilbertown, Gulf Shores, Jackson, Life Tech Center, Monroeville and Thomasville.
3943 Airport Blvd., Mobile
Faulkner University maintains a campus in Mobile where students can attain associate degrees in most major subjects.
7033 Airport Blvd., Mobile
Fortis College offers a variety of programs in healthcare and air conditioning and refrigeration.
MTI Business Solutions
6300 Grelot Rd., Ste. G123, Mobile
MTI Business Solutions provides business training and computer training to individuals as well as to companies of all sizes.
828 Downtowner Loop W., Mobile
Remington College offers programs including medical technology, computer technology and criminal justice.
Spring Hill College
4000 Dauphin St., Mobile
Spring Hill College, founded in 1830, is one of the nation’s oldest Jesuit institutions. Recognized as one of the top liberal arts colleges in the South, it offers graduate programs in business administration, theology, liberal arts, nursing and education, as well as a Division for Lifelong Studies for adults wishing to further their education.
University of South Alabama
307 University Blvd., Mobile
The University of South Alabama has more than 16,000 students at campuses in Mobile and Baldwin counties. The university offers more than 100 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degree programs. In healthcare, USA provides students with an exceptional medical education through the colleges of Medicine, Nursing and Allied Health Professions.
University of Mobile
5735 College Parkway, Mobile
The University of Mobile is a private institution affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention. The university offers on-campus and online bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in over 40 areas of study.