South College - Asheville

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South College-Asheville has been enrolling students for over a century, re-inventing itself several times during its long existence to remain responsive to the changing educational needs of Western North Carolina and the nation.

During the first decade of the twenty-first century, the College has been undergoing further transformation as it undertakes to prepare students for the unprecedented challenges of the coming decades, including widespread economic, technological, scientific, and social changes. The mission of South College-Asheville addresses these challenges. It reflects the College’s commitment to providing its students an educational experience geared to emerging realities and preparation for a future of complex interrelationships and continuous, rapid change.

South College - Asheville Campus:

  • Asheville

    South College-Asheville is located at 140 Sweeten Creek Road in Asheville, North Carolina. The new building contains approximately 40,000 square feet of modern classrooms, laboratories and other conveniences for the use of students. Parking is available for students and staff.

    The Information Resource Center (IRC) provides comfortable study areas for the student body and faculty. The general IRC collection includes more than 5,000 volumes including an extensive law library. Over 60 periodicals, including professional journals and newspapers, have been selected to support the college curriculum. General reference works, pamphlets, and audio and visual tapes are also available. To keep the collection current, outdated books are removed and new books added each year. The IRC’s conveniences include several computers that include access to WESTLAW, LIRN, and the Internet.

    For student convenience and comfort, a student center containing a variety of vending machines and a microwave is available. South College-Asheville is a non-smoking campus.

South College-Asheville is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS), 750 First Street, NE, Suite 980, Washington, DC 20002-4241; phone (202) 336-6780, to award BS degrees, AAS degrees, and certificates.

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