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Lurleen B Wallace Community College

Andalusia, Alabama


Lurleen B Wallace Community College

Public 2-4 Year

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1,000 - 4,999

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About Lurleen B Wallace Community College

This article is about the community college in Andalusia, Alabama. For other colleges with similar names, see Wallace Community College (disambiguation).Lurleen B. Wallace Community College (LBWCC) is a public community college with campuses in Andalusia, Greenville, and Opp, Alabama. As of the fall 2010 semester, the college has an enrollment of 1,790 students across all campuses. The college was founded in 1969 and named for Governor Lurleen Burns Wallace. In 1992, it opened the campus in Greenville. In 2003, LBWCC merged with Douglas MacArthur State Technical College, which opened in 1965. Athletic teams representing LBWCC compete in the Alabama Community College Conference of the National Junior College Athletic Association.


Located in Andalusia, Alabama.

1000 Dannelly Blvd., Andalusia, AL, 36420-1418, Covington County

Lurleen B Wallace Community College Rankings

Prepler rankings are based on rigorous and in-depth analysis of key statistics from the U.S. Department of Education.

2022 Best Colleges in America

#2733 of 6828

2022 Best Colleges in Alabama

#55 of 89

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#15 of 622

Most Popular Majors

The most popular major at Lurleen B Wallace Community College is Liberal Arts followed by Medical, Precision Production, Mechanic/Repair Tech and Culinary.

Graduation Rate

Graduation rate of college is a strong indicator of success of the college’s students in attaining their educational goals. Prepler defines graduation rate as the percentage of first-time, full-time students who graduated from Lurleen B Wallace Community College within four or six years.