Universities in Alabama
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64 universities found
Shelton State Community College
Welcome to Shelton State: Shelton State in Tuscaloosa, Alabama is a dynamic community college dedicated to providing outstanding learning opportunities to our students and to our community at large. Our diverse student body spans practically all age groups from first-time freshmen to older students looking to increase their education level or improve job skills.
Snead State Community College
Snead State Community College , one of the public two-year colleges of the Alabama College System, strives to provide accessible educational opportunities, to promote economic growth and development, and to enhance the quality of life for the College service area.
South University- Montgomery
Welcome to the South University Web site ó your one-stop resource for information about the academic programs and services offered at our campuses in Savannah, GA; Montgomery, AL; West Palm Beach, FL; and Columbia, SC; and Tampa, FL. Here youíll discover how an associateís, bachelorís, or graduate degree from South University can help you launch a career and succeed in business, legal studies,…
Southeastern Bible College
Thank you for your interest in Southeastern Bible College. I recall my experiences in 1963 when I made my decision to come to SEBC as a student. During my years here I met my wife, Kathy, who is also a graduate, and formed many valuable friendships. I received a great deal of mentoring and encouragement from faculty, especially former President Dr. Alden Gannett.
Southern Union State Community College
want to extend an invitation to you to come and join us at Southern Union State Community College. Here you will find the best in Academics, Technical and Health Science Programs. Highly skilled and motivated faculty are dedicated to helping each student acquire the skills necessary to be successful in the workplace. Staff and Administration are committed to giving each student personal attention…
Spring Hill College
Spring Hill College was founded by the first bishop of Mobile, Michael Portier. After purchasing a site for the College on a hill near Mobile, Bishop Portier went to France to find teachers and funds for the new college. Upon his return he rented a hotel next to the college grounds and started the first semester on May 1, 1830, with an enrollment of 30 students. On July 4 of the same year the bish…
The Institutionís history dates back to 1874 when a group of Presbyterians from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, headed by the Reverend Doctor Charles Allen Stillman, presented an overture to the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States asking the Church to establish a training school for Black male ministers. Authorized by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United …
The history of Talladega College began on November 20, 1865, when two former slaves William Savery and Thomas Tarrant, both of Talladega, met in convention with a group of new freedmen in Mobile, Alabama. From this meeting came the commitment, "...We regard the education of our children and youth as vital to the preservation of our liberties, and true religion as the foundation of all real virtue,…
Troy University is a public institution comprised of a network of campuses throughout Alabama and worldwide. International in scope, Troy University provides a variety of educational programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels for a diverse student body in traditional, nontraditional and emerging electronic formats. Academic programs are supported by a variety of student services which promo…
Troy University Dothan
Troy Universityís tradition of teaching excellence dates to its founding on February 26, 1887 when an act of the Alabama Legislature established State Normal School, Troy as an institution to train teachers for Alabamaís schools. Joseph Macon Dill was the institutionís first president. In 1893, the school was renamed Troy State Normal College.
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