The Alabama Technology Network is a part of the Alabama Community College System and the Manufacturing Extension Partnership.  ATN's team of experts helps solve the needs of industry and business through innovative, sustainable, cost-effective solutions. We can conduct detailed needs assessments, outline potential solutions based on the results, and then provide technical assistance to help you solve those problems or identify those who can.




How We Work

We link industries and businesses with resources from our network of universities, colleges, businesses, and government to deliver the training needed to be more efficient, more productive, and more competitive. We partner with the two-year colleges, The University of Alabama System, Auburn University, and The University of Alabama in Huntsville to provide services through a variety of training options and methods, and are strategically located throughout the state to provide local points of contact.



Who is a Part of ATN?

ATN, as part of the Alabama Community College System, is comprised of regional centers that link the University of Alabama System, Auburn University with the following two-year colleges throughout the state:

Bevill State Community College
Central Alabama Community College
Costal Alabama Community College
Enterprise State Community 
Gadsden State Community College
George Corley Wallace Community College (Selma)
Jefferson Davis Community College
Jefferson State Community College
Lawson State Community College
Northeast Community College
Northwest-Shoals Community College
Trenholm State Technical College
Wallace Community College (Dothan)
Wallace State Community College (Hanceville)

Each center tailors its services to meet local industry and business needs.