About Center for Lifelong Learning
Athens State University is the oldest institution of higher education in Alabama's state educational system. Offering coursework at the junior and senior level, ASU is the baccalaureate degree granting institution of the Alabama Community College System. The Institution was founded in 1822 by local citizens who purchased five acres of land, erected a building, and began Athens Female Academy. Ownership The institution's name has changed several times in its 180+ year history, following adjustments in purpose and governance. In 1975, when the institution became part of the state educational system, it was renamed Athens State College, marking the initiation of an era of increased opportunity for service. In 1998, a bill was passed by the legislature to rename the College to Athens State University. The long history of service by the University is the foundation upon which the future of the University rests. In 2010 the Center for Lifelong Learning was established to encourage continuing education for our students and to enrich the lives of our students and community.
Current students: Please direct questions about your lessons, quizzes,
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You can use the course discussion areas for this purpose.
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or completion letters, receiving an extension, or any other administrative tasks,
New or potential students: If you have questions about course content,
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Center for Lifelong Learning
Athens State University
121 South Marion Street
Athens, AL 35611