Location & Contact Information

Address:
915 South Jackson Street
Montgomery, Alabama 36104
Main Phone: (334) 229-4800
Main Contact: Danielle Kennedy-Lamar
Website:http://www.alasu.edu

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Alabama State University

    Alabama State University, founded in 1867, is a comprehensive regional university offering students from throughout the region, state and nation a world class education by providing learning experiences designed to develop intellectual abilities, as well as social, moral, cultural and ethical values. In so doing, the university is equipping its students with the skills, insights, attitudes and practical experiences that will enable them to become well-rounded and discerning citizens, fully qualified for their chose professions in the workplace and service to humanity.

Quick Facts

Undergrad Population: 4882
Graduate Population: 1101
Student Body: Coed
In State Tuition: $7932
Out of State Tuition: $14244
Room & Board: $5366
Applications Due: Fall:Jul 30, Spr: Dec 30 (25.00)
Conference: Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC)
Mascot: Hornets
Accreditations: ACBSP, ACOTE, CAHIIM, CSWE, NASM, NCATE,
Online Classes: yes
Percent Men: 45%
Percent Women: 55%

Online Admissions Application:

http://www.alasu.edu/admissions/index.aspx
Majors Offered
Business Administration
-Accounting and Finance
-Business Administration
-Computer Information Systems

Education
-Biology and Secondary Education
-COE Accreditation
-COE Grants
-COE Programs
-Curriculum & Instruction (Online Available)
-Early Childhood Center
-Elementary Education
-Health,Physical Education & Recreation
-History and Secondary Education
-Instructional Support
-Regional 8 Inservice Center
-Teacher Certification

Health Sciences
-Health Information Management
-Maternal and Child Health Pipeline Training Program
-Occupational Therapy
-Physical Therapy
-Prosthetics and Orthotics
-Rehabilitation Studies

Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
-Communications
-Criminal Justice & Social Sciences
-History & Political Science
-Languages & Literatures
-Psychology
-Social Work

Sciences, Technology Engineering & Mathematics
-Biomedical Engineering
-Biological Science
-Math & Computer Science
-Physical Sciences

Visual & Performing Arts
-Music
-Theater Arts
-Visual Arts

Aerospace Studies
-Air Force ROTC

University College
-Bs of Interdisciplinary Studies
-Writing Center

Sports & Extra Curricular Activities
Choir, Choral Groups, Honors Program, Marching Band, Pep Band, Radio Station, Sororities, Student Newspaper
College History
Alabama State University’s 153-year history is a legacy of perseverance, progress and promise. The ASU movement began with the impetus to establish a school for black Alabamians. The Civil War resulted in not only the end of slavery, but also in the opportunity for blacks to have the right to education. With the Northern victory, black Southerners, with the assistance of Northern white missionaries and the leaders of African-American churches, set out to establish educational institutions for the freedmen. ASU was born in that movement.

ASU is the global entity it is today because of the fortitude of nine freed slaves from Marion, Ala., who sought to build a school for African-Americans previously denied the right to an education. The foresight of these men, now remembered as the “Marion Nine,” created what is now known as Alabama State University.

The Marion Nine included Joey P. Pinch, Thomas Speed, Nicholas Dale, James Childs, Thomas Lee, John Freeman, Nathan Levert, David Harris and Alexander H. Curtis. These co-founders and original trustees, with assistance from Marion community members, raised $500 for land, and on July 18, 1867, filed incorporation papers to establish the Lincoln Normal School at Marion.

The Lincoln School opened its doors on November 13, 1867, with 113 students. In 1873, this predecessor of Alabama State University became the nation’s first state-sponsored liberal arts institution for the higher education of blacks, beginning ASU’s rich history as a “Teacher’s College.”
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News and Upcoming Events at Alabama State University

Alabama State University is Inaugural Site for Draganfly's Varigard Drone-Applied COVID-19 Sanitizer
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ASU Cancer Researcher Receives International Grant to Teach in India!
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Alabama State University Wins Montgomery Chamber of Commerce Impact Maker Award for Large Business Category!
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Next Generation of Tech Innovators Receive Apple Awards at Alabama State University Ceremony
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