There's a lot more to Alabama that just being the backdrop To Kill a Mocking Bird. As a student or someone looking to go back to school, you have loads of options that you may not have ever considered before. So the question is, what are the top 5 colleges located in good ole Alabama?
Oakwood University is the first college that we have on our list. This wonderful college is located in Huntsville, Alabama. If you are looking for ethnic diversity and a strong Christian background (Seventh Day Adventist), then you most certainly have a winner in Oakwood University. There are students from all over the country and tuition and room and board are a reasonable price that is well worth it for the wonderful education you'd be receiving.
Alabama State University is located in the capital, Montgomery. This school is a historically African American school that has emphasis on the sciences. If you are considering a career in space (after all, there is a space center in Huntsville), than you might want to consider starting here. It is a medium size school with about five thousand students from several different countries and states.
Auburn University-Montgomery is located, as one would imagine, in Montgomery, Alabama. This college was formerly part of an extension of Alabama State University but now operates as its own college in a different. It offers three doctorates and also has nursing programs, science, business, liberal arts, and education degrees that are available as well.
University of Mobile is a university located in Eight Mile, Alabama. The school is affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention and was, at the beginning, funded by the city. A council was created asking that the possibility of building a Baptist college was. It was, feasible, but only if the community could raise enough money. Not only did it raise enough money, but it raised a bit more and the constructing began. If you are looking for a private college, this is one you will definitely want to consider.
University of West Alabama is located in Livingston, Alabama. If you are looking for something that is a little bit more intimate, as opposed to being in a huge college where you are unable to seek the advice you need. However, this college, while being public, is also very small. This college also is very supportive of having a life outside of the classroom, which allows you to work off stress and anxiety.
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