Bishop State Community College

Sanford D. Bishop State Community College, founded 1927, is a state-supported, two-year, public, historically black college (HBCU) located in Mobile, Alabama, United States.

Bishop State Community College
TypePublic, HBCU
PresidentDr.Reginald Sykes PhD
DeanDr.Terry Hazzard PhD
Location, ,
30°41′39″N 88°3′27″W
SportsMen's Basketball
Women's Basketball
Men's Baseball
Women's Fastpitch Softball


Bishop State has seven academic divisions and four technical divisions:


  • Education
  • Information Systems
  • Humanities
  • Natural Science and Mathematics
  • Business and Economics
  • Social Sciences
  • Health-Related Professions


  • Workforce Development
  • Commercial and Industrial Technology
  • Consumer & Transportation Technology
  • Engineering and Construction


Bishop State Community College has four campuses in Mobile County: Main located at 351 N. Broad Street, Banker- Gaines Central Located at 1365 Dr.Martin Luther king Jr. Avenue, Carver located at 414 Stanton Road, and Southwest located at 925 Dauphin Island Parkway.


The Bishop State Community College Department of Athletics currently sponsors Men's Basketball, Women's Basketball, Men's Baseball, and Women's Fastpitch Softball. The teams, nicknamed the Wildcats, play in the Alabama Community College Conference of the National Junior College Athletic Association.

Notable alumni

See also


  1. "CIR Fights 'Whites Only' Scholarships in Alabama". Center for Individual Rights. 29 September 1999. Retrieved 13 May 2012.
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