Gadsden State Cherokee, an off-campus center for Gadsden State Community College, offers two-year academic and technical courses and degree programs for students in Cherokee County and other surrounding areas.
- Academic Studies Include:
- Humanities/Fine Arts
- Natural Science/Mathematics
- History, Social, and Behavioral Sciences
Nursing education has been provided at Gadsden State Cherokee for licensed practical nurses since 2008. In August 2016 a night RN program began to offer educational options for people who work during the day. Clinical experiences are provided for nursing students at Floyd-Cherokee Medical Center and Cherokee County Health and Rehabilitation Center to allow students to remain in Cherokee County.
The main campus of Gadsden State Community College, located 30 minutes from Centre, AL, offers two-year academic degree and transfer degree programs, as well as technical degree and training programs. The college offers more than 50 academic and technical degrees and certificate programs.
The Bevill Center for Advanced Manufacturing Technology provides manufacturing training and other customized workforce training programs. The center is located on the campus of Gadsden State Community College.