Chattahoochee Valley Community College was founded in 1973 as Chattahoochee Valley State Junior College. Its current President is Ms. Jacqueline B. Screws, who began her tenure on February 1, 2018.
Chattahoochee Valley Community College is located in Phenix City, AL across the Chattahoochee River from Columbus, GA.
CVCC first occupied its present permanent location (2602 College Drive) in 1976. Its campus contains approximately 130 acres upon which are located 14 permanent buildings: an instructional and performing arts center, an administrative/classroom building, a general-purpose classroom building, a learning resources center, a fine arts building, a health and physical education building/gymnasium, an athletic complex, a student services center, an industry training center and a security building; in 2020, the College acquired Adams Hall from Troy University for the purpose of developing a one-stop student center and instructional facility; in 2021, three additional buildings were acquired from Troy University, a bookstore, a maintenance building, and Pitts Hall, which will become the Workforce Training Center.
Fall Enrollment of Credit Students
Associate degrees and certificates
635 students (47%) received PELL during FALL 2021. This does not include any other forms of Financial Aid.
Student to Faculty Ratio
Student Gender Fall 2021
Student Diversity Fall 2021
Academic year prices for full-time, first-time students: Academic year 2021-22
|Books and supplies||$800|
|Off-campus (not with family) room and board||$5,500|
|Off-campus (not with family) other expenses||$2,000|
|Off-campus (with family) other expenses||$2,000|
|Off-campus (not with family), in-state||$12,236|
|Off-campus (not with family), out-of-state||$15,428|
|Off-campus (with family), in-state||$6,736|
|Off-campus (with family), out-of-state||$9,928|
Source: IPEDS College Data 2020-21