Virginia College – Mobile Campus Closed

Culinary Schools in Mobile Alabama

Virginia College Mobile Alabama


3725 Airport Blvd, Suite 165 – Mobile, AL 36606

The Mobile Campus of Virginia College is now permanently closed.

Student Information for ECA Campus Students

Education Corporation of America (ECA) campuses which include Brightwood College, Brightwood Career Institute, Ecotech Institute, Golf Academy of America and Virginia College announced that operations would be discontinued in December of 2018.

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Going to School in Mobile, AL

Originally inhabited by the Muskhogean Native American people, the city of Mobile has a rich and diverse history. Joining the United States in 1813, Mobile left the United States with Alabama in 1861, and rejoined the U.S. in 1865. Throughout its history, Mobile has also been a colony for France, Britain, and Spain. This varied history is evident in the diverse population that occupies Mobile today.

Home to the only seaport in Alabama, The Port of Mobile is the 11th largest in the United States. In addition to the business that the port draws, the Mobile Bay also offers residents of Mobile access to fresh seafood, and a growing cruise terminal. Other offerings of the city include 11 world-class golf courses, and several historic districts featuring antebellum architecture.

While New Orleans might receive all the attention during Mardi-Gras, the city of Mobile has the oldest organized Carnival/Mardi Gras celebrations in the United States. Each year, the festival takes over the city, with parades, formal masquerade balls, and other festivities attracting visitors from around the world.

Home to the Mobile Opera, the Mobile Ballet, and the Mobile Symphony, the city of Mobile has a rich and diverse arts community. Also located within the city is the Mobile Museum of Art, which is home to several Non-Western, American, European and Decorative Arts collections. On a different note, another popular historic attraction is Battleship Memorial Park, which is home to the USS Drum, and the USS Alabama.

A great place to live and go to school, you’ll love Mobile, AL