United States



Alabama

  • Alabama Commission on Higher Education

    Alabama Commission on Higher Education

    The origin of the Commission goes back to the findings of the Alabama Education Commission of 1958. This group was the first investigative organization formally to recognize the requirement of the coordination of higher education in Alabama.
  • Air University

    Air University

    The first U.S. civilian flying school was established in Montgomery by Wright Brothers in 1910. By the 1920s, Montgomery became an important link in the growing system of aerial mail service.
  • Alabama A&M University

    Alabama A&M University

    Alabama A&M University was organized in 1875 as a result of an 1873 state bill that established a “State Normal School and University for the Education of the Colored Teachers and Students” and from the efforts of ex-slave William H. Councill who, in 1869 founded its predecessor, The Lincoln Normal School.
  • Alabama State University

    Alabama State University

    Alabama State University was founded in 1867, in Marion, AL., as a school for African-Americans. The school started as the Lincoln Normal School with $500 raised by nine freed slaves now known as the Marion Nine.
  • Amridge University

    Amridge University

    Amridge University, a private institution, established in 1967 is located in Montgomery, Alabama. It was previously known as Alabama Christian School of Religion.
  • Athens State University

    Athens State University

    Athens Female College was transformed into a co-educational institution of higher learning in 1931 and became known merely as Athens College. In June 1975, the Alabama State Board of Education accepted Athens College into the state educational system.
  • Auburn University

    Auburn University

    Auburn University was established in 1856 as the East Alabama Male College, 20 years after the city of Auburn's founding. In 1872, under the Morrill Act, the school became the first land-grant college in the South and was renamed the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Alabama.
  • Auburn University at Montgomery

    Auburn University at Montgomery

    AUM was established in 1967 by Act 403 of the Alabama Legislature. In March 1968, Dr. H. Hanly Funderburk, Jr., was appointed vice president and chief administrator of the newly created university.
  • Birmingham-Southern College

    Birmingham-Southern College

    Birmingham-Southern College is a four-year, private liberal arts institution founded in 1856 and affiliated with the United Methodist Church.
  • Concordia College Selma

    Concordia College Selma

    Concordia College, one of ten postsecondary institutions in the Concordia University System of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, is a historically black, four-year, coeducational college, where the Christian faith is taught from the Holy Scriptures and subscribed to by The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, is the foundation and guide for all programs, activities, and relationships.
  • University of West Alabama

    University of West Alabama

    The University of West Alabama is a state-supported, coeducational institution of higher learning governed by a Board of Trustees appointed by the Governor. As a regional institution, the University’s foremost commitment is to meeting the educational needs of the State and particularly of the West Alabama area.

 

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