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Non-credit Courses
In addition to credit courses, USABC offers Non-credit Courses. These courses are open to interested adults in the community without admission to the university. Non-credit courses are designed to enhance professional skills and encourage personal enrichment. A limited number of non-credit courses meet during the day, but most are offered in the evening.

Some of the past topics have been computer skills, investments, retirement planning, making silver jewelry, harmonica and guitar playing, home decorating, and antiques.
Community Events
Numerous community events are scheduled at the USABC campus, many are in the Performance Center located at the St. James Classroom Complex on the corner of St. James and Summit Street in Fairhope. USABC frequently hosts concerts, lectures and other programs that are open to the community and are discounted or free for USA Students with a valid ID. Click here to see upcoming USABC events or call (251) 928-8133 for more information.
Fairhope Film Series
USABC, the M. W. Smith, Jr. Foundation and the Alabama State Council on the Arts sponsor the Fairhope Film Series. The Series is held at the Performance Center located at the St. James Classroom Complex on the corner of St. James and Summit Street in Fairhope. The Fairhope Film Series is open to anyone in the community and offers the opportunity to see films not usually shown in area commercial movie theaters. Click here to see what film is playing next or call (251) 928-8133.
Leadership Baldwin County
Every other year, USABC and Baldwin County United sponsor Leadership Baldwin County. Leadership Baldwin County was established in 1989 and is a program designed to enhance leadership skills. The program unites people from various areas of the county and addresses issues from a county-wide perspective. Leadership Baldwin County offers its members a broad range of experiences and insights about the county: its people, its needs, its services, its challenges and opportunities.

Adult residents from throughout Baldwin county are encouraged to apply for the program. Applicants selected for this class will meet monthly from September through May. Financial assistance with program tuition is available through partial scholarship to those who qualify. For information about Leadership Baldwin County, please visit their website at: or contact Dr. Cindy Wilson at (251) 928-8133.
The SCORE® Association (Service Corps of Retired Executives) is a nonprofit association dedicated to entrepreneur education and the formation, growth and success of small business nationwide. Local chapters provide free counseling and low-cost workshops in their communities. Working and retired executives and business owners donate their time and expertise as business counselors.

SCORE® counseling in Fairhope is available at the USA Baldwin County Campus in the St. James Classroom Complex. Office hours at USABC are from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Tuesdays, except for holidays. One hour counseling sessions are available at no charge to all U.S. citizens over the age of 13. If you would like to schedule an appointment with a counselor from the Baldwin County chapter, or find out more information, visit their website at:
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