talladega college

A Moment in History

The Amistad Murals consists of three panels: The Revolt, The Court Scene, and Back to Africa. They are housed in Savery Library and are known as one of artist Hale Aspacio Woodruff?s best known works.

Academic Affairs

Talladega College, with the assistance of the American Missionary Association, was founded in 1867 by the descendants of the slaves who helped build what was to become its first building, Swayne Hall, now a national historic site. It was chartered as a college in 1869 by the state of Alabama.

Talladega College continues to attract the top five percent of students nationwide, i.e. those who have applied themselves in high school and maintained a grade point average of 3.0 or above.

Our diversity is reflected in generations of students who have passed through our halls and realized that one's education doesn't end with a bachelor's degree.

Eighty percent of our graduates go on to pursue advanced degrees. With a 12:1 student-to-faculty ratio, we offer each student specialized attention that facilitates learning, fosters leadership skills, and cultivates individual talents

Office of Academic Affairs
627 Battle Street West
Talladega, Alabama 35160
Telephone: 256-761-6216

Lisa Long
Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs

Debra Simmons, Administrative Assistant

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Office of Institutional Advancement
Talladega College
627 Battle Street West
Talladega, AL 35160




The history of Talladega College began on November 20, 1865, when two former slaves William Savery and Thomas Tarrant, both of Talladega, met in convention with a group of new freedmen in Mobile, Alabama.

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