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Individuals assume certain responsibilities for upholding and maintaining the standards and expectations of the community to which they belong. Talladega College expects students to comply with civil laws, as well as with College regulations. Student conduct that violates these laws and regulations may result in college disciplinary actions.
The judicial process is based on the assumption that disciplinary procedures, when required, should be an educational process. Disciplinary sanctions are imposed to help students develop individual responsibility and encourage self-discipline; to foster a respect for the rights of others; and to protect the rights, freedoms and safety of members of the campus community.
The purpose of the judicial process is to provide a fair, educational process for accountability of student conduct; to promote the development of individual integrity; and to protect the rights of members of the college community.
Mr. Anthony Jones
Office of Admissions
627 Battle Street West
Talladega, AL 35160
Phone: (866) 540-3956
or (256) 362-0274
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.