Talladega is a relatively smaller city (population 16,100) located approximately 50 east of Birmingham in the Talladega County, Alabama.
Talladega is the home to several prominent and well-known institutions including the Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind, which includes the Alabama School for the Deaf, Alabama School for the Deaf, and the Helen Keller School. It is also home to the regions only four-year higher education institution–Talladega College.
Talladega College is a privately owned and operated private liberal arts college. It is the oldest historically black college in Alabama and is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. It campus is located on 50 acres and consists of 17 buildings (several of which are listed on the United States Registry of National Historic Landmarks.)
Below you can review profiles for colleges and universities located in and around Talladega, Alabama, and access links to additional information.
627 West Battle Street
Talladega, AL 35160
main phone: (256) 362-0206
admission phone: (205) 761-6235
admission fax: (205) 362-0274
Talladega College has a total enrollment of 600+ students and offers bachelor’s degree programs and undergraduate majors in African-American studies, fine arts, piano, voice, business management/adminsitration/economics, finance and banking, teacher education (biology, french, history, english, chemistry, math, music, etc.), foreign languages (french and spanish), prelaw, mathematics, chemistry, physics, psychology, public administration, social work, economics and sociology.