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Alabama State University (ASU) is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACS) to award bachelor’s, master’s, education specialist and doctorate degrees.
Fall Deadline: July 30th
Summer Deadline: May 10th
Dr. Carol Pettis, Associate Provost for Academic Affairs
Alabama State University, located in Montgomery, Ala., is a widely respected, world-class institution of higher learning which welcomes students of all races. We offer nearly 50 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, from our historic teacher education program to our new, high-demand programs in health sciences, new Ph.D. in microbiology and minor in international business. The students who attend ASU are as diverse as our academic offerings, with students from more than 40 states and various countries seeking a top-notch education that extends far beyond the walls of a classroom. With a 20 to1 student-faculty ratio, students receive the personal attention, mentoring, encouragement and knowledge needed to achieve their dreams.Learn More
Master’s Colleges & Universities
Does your institution have a Research Experiences for Undergraduate (REU) Program for students?
Overview of the research emphasis of our institution/faculty/students
At Alabama State University, students and faculty are working toward the latest breakthroughs in nanobiotechnology, medicine, energy, food safety and more, thanks to ASU’s cutting-edge Biomedical Research and Training Programs.
Through these federally funded programs, you’ll have opportunities to work alongside faculty in state-of-the-art labs and research facilities; intern at research institutions, federal labs and private companies; prepare grant proposals; attend workshops and seminars and receive mentoring from faculty and industry professionals.
Explore our current research centers and programs:
Search the latest projects by ASU faculty and students, including research into stem cell therapy, nanobiosensors and the use of nitrogen molecules as possible energy sources. More at
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Alabama State University’s campus is home to a mix of buildings, from historic campus landmarks that remind us of our proud past, to contemporary, state-of-the art academic and research facilities that beckon the future. For example the Life Science Building is an 85,000 square foot, five-floor facility that includes a 2,000-square foot teaching seminar room, well-equipped research laboratories, walk-in cold rooms and dark rooms. The building houses the University’s biological science programs, including the new doctoral program in microbiology for the Department of Biological Sciences. It features state-of-the-art molecular biology teaching laboratories and multimedia classrooms furnished with the latest instructional software.
Total Undergraduate Enrollment: 88%
Total Graduate Enrollment: 12%
Within the state of Alabama 68%
From other US states 32%
From outside the US 1%
African American/Black 90.92%
American Indian 0%
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0.06%
Total Faculty 405
Male:Female Ratio 1:2
Does your institution issue I20 for F1 visa status and/or DS2019 for J1 visa status?
|Category||$ Per Year||$ Per Semester|
|Undergraduate tuition (per semester)*||--||$8,328|
|Graduate tuition (per semester)*||--||$9,888|
|Room and Board (per semester)*||--||$5,500|
|Required Fees (per year)||$2,740||--|
|Average Book Expense (per year)||$1,600||--|