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Education plays an important role for all looking to establish a successful future. We're fortunate to have a strong educational system both at the primary and secondary levels. Here are some links to schools throughout Alabama.
Opened in 1831, the University of Alabama was the state's first university. U of A's campus is comprised of brick buildings and tree-lined promenades spread over nearly 1,000 acres in Tuscaloosa. Offering over 200 undergraduate graduate and professional degree programs, The University of Alabama is especially well known for its schools of business, communications, and law. The school also has one of the most storied athletic programs in the nation.
Founded in 1856 as a private liberal arts school before converting to a public institution, Auburn University has grown to become one of the largest universities in the South. Located just 50 miles east of Montgomery in the town of Auburn, the university contains 12 schools and colleges within its 1,800-acre campus. Auburn University also operates a separate branch on a 500-acre Montgomery campus.
Originally a state teacher's college, Troy has developed into a state University system with campuses in Troy, Dothan, Phenix Cityand Montgomery. The main campus of Troy University (the school dropped the "State" from their name in 2005) offers has five main colleges: arts and sciences, business, communication & fine arts, education and health & human services.
One of the nation's most historically and socially significant educational institutions, Tuskegee University was established by state legislature in 1880 as a school for the black population. In the years since, Tuskegee has earned a reputation not only as an outstanding academic university but also as a highly influential force on the race as a whole. While primarily focusing on development of the African American community, the university is open to all and supports a student body that is racially, ethnically and religiously diverse. Located in the city of Tuskegee, the university offers 49 degrees from 5 colleges.
Founded in 1961, the University of Mobile is a private liberal arts college affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention. An impressive 14:1 student to faculty ratio translates to a unique degree of personal attention for every undergraduate and graduate. The charming 800-acre campus is located just 10 minutes of downtown Mobile and about one hour from the beaches of the Gulf Coast.
Alabama A&M is a combined professional, vocational and liberal arts education institution. The University provides undergraduate and graduate degrees to those interested in developing technical, professional or scholastic skills. The University is divided into six main schools: Agriculture & Environmental Sciences, Arts & Sciences, Business, Education, Engineering & Technology and Graduate Studies. The Alabama A&M campus is located in Normal, and is affectionately known as "the Hill".
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