|Religious affiliation:||United Church of Christ|
|Institution Type:||Private not-for-profit|
|Campus Setting:||Southeast Town, distant from an urban area|
|Highest Degree Offered:||Bachelor's degree|
|Historically Black College or University:||HBCU|
|Level of Institution:||Four or more years|
Talladega is a college where fostering leadership is a tradition. Since its founding in 1867, it has sought to instill in its graduates the values of morality, intellectual excellence and hard work.
The College seeks to nurture the whole person through close, personal relations between faculty and students and by providing experiences that develop a strong personal value system and a sense of responsibility to the local community and to the world.
Talladega College believes that an essential part of leadership is skill in communications. Thus, it places special emphasis on the ability to listen and to read critically, to write and to speak with clarity and to think analytically and strategically.
The College also emphasizes its historic achievements in the sciences and humanities, secure in the knowledge that all disciplines are illuminated by a broad-based grounding in the liberal arts. The College maintains