The University of Alabama in Huntsville’s 500+ acre campus resides in Cummings Research Park. Nearly 10,000 students are enrolled in over 100 areas of study across nine colleges. The university’s 16 high-tech research centers and labs are responsible for $99 million in annual research expenditures and ranks 5th in federally funded Aerospace Engineering research expenditures.
Calhoun Community College’s Huntsville campus lies in Cummings Research Park and is the only two-year college campus in the nation to be located in a major research park. Calhoun offers 49 associate degree options and 52 career/certificate programs, providing workforce solutions for automotive and advanced manufacturing, information technology, healthcare, and more.
Columbia High School is a 9th-12th grade high school located in Cummings Research Park . It is the only authorized International Baccalaureate World School in North Alabama. Cummings Research Park and Columbia High School frequently partner together to bring workforce development opportunities and career exposure to students.
Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering
(2022: Coming to CRP East)
The Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering (ASCTE) is a 9th-12th grade state residential magnet high school that plans to open at their permanent facility in Cummings Research Park East by August 2022. It will be Alabama’s third statewide magnet school open for students from across the state but the only residential high school in the nation focused on cyber technology and engineering. The ASCTE is for Alabama students who are looking to advance their education in math, science, engineering, and cyber security.
Cummings Research Park is home to several childcare centers to meet the demands of working parents. View our full list of childcare tenants in our CRP Tenant Directory.
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