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Dear Editor:


April is Community College Month and Bevill State Community College has many
reasons to celebrate. Community colleges play a vital role in helping individuals reach their
educational and professional goals. Locally, Bevill State serves many communities through
educational advancement, workforce development, community support and improving
quality of life.

More than anything, community colleges provide students with options. Whether a student
chooses to pursue a path in career technical education to prepare for immediate work
experience, or if he or she takes advantage of lower tuition and more accessibility through
academic transfer programs, a community college student knows that there are opportunities
for them to reach their individual objectives.

Bevill State Community College employees understand the unique needs of a community
college student. That is why the offerings and services at the college reflect the current
economical and educational choices desired today. Bevill State is strategically located
across west-central Alabama to provide services to residents in Fayette, Lamar, Marion,
Pickens, Walker and parts of Winston and Jefferson counties in order to expand those
opportunities to all who want and need them.

Bevill State Community College continues to serve our students, partners and
communities on many levels. The college provides innovative programs, vital training, easy
accessibility and affordable education. The reasons to celebrate Bevill State during the
Community College Month are many. I hope you will join with Bevill State, the Alabama
Community College System and the nation as we recognize all these positive impacts during
the month.


Mark Ellard

Interim President

BSCC has
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