Alabama Universities and Colleges
Alabama is home to a variety of colleges and universities that offer a wide range of educational opportunities. The state has a number of two-year and four-year institutions, as well as several technical and community colleges. The University of Alabama is Alabama's flagship university, and one of the most prestigious universities in the country. Founded in 1831, it is the oldest and largest public university in the state, and offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs. Auburn University is another major public university located in the state, and is renowned for its engineering and science programs. Other notable public universities in the state include the University of Alabama at Birmingham, the University of South Alabama, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.
In addition to public institutions, Alabama also has several private colleges and universities. Birmingham Southern College, a private liberal arts college, is one of the most prestigious private institutions in the state. Other private institutions include Samford University, a Baptist university in Birmingham, and the University of Mobile, a Christian university.
The state also has several technical and community colleges, including Lawson State Community College, Wallace State Community College, and the Alabama Community College System. These colleges provide students with technical and vocational training, as well as two-year associate degrees.
Alabama is a great place to pursue higher education, and its colleges and universities offer a wide range of educational opportunities. Whether you are looking for a public or private institution, a two-year or four-year degree, or a technical or vocational training program, Alabama has something to offer.
Alabama Cities with 4-Year CollegesAthens | Auburn | Birmingham | Daphne | Dothan | Fairfield | Florence | Huntsville | Jacksonville | Livingston | Marion | Mobile | Montevallo | Montgomery | Normal | Orange Beach | Selma | Talladega | Troy | Tuscaloosa | Tuskegee |
Alabama Universities and Colleges
|School||City||Enroll||In-State Cost||Out-State Cost|
|Alabama A & M University||Normal||5,977||$23,954||$32,564|
|Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine||Dothan||705||$0||$0|
|Alabama State University||Montgomery||4,072||$22,110||$30,438|
|Athens State University||Athens||2,867||$0||$0|
|Auburn University at Montgomery||Montgomery||5,212||$20,870||$30,830|
|Columbia Southern University||Orange Beach||18,533||$0||$0|
|Heritage Christian University||Florence||110||$20,743||$20,743|
|Huntsville Bible College||Huntsville||114||$0||$0|
|Jacksonville State University||Jacksonville||9,238||$22,429||$32,149|
|Remington College-Mobile Campus||Mobile||248||$0||$0|
|Spring Hill College||Mobile||1,191||$60,543||$60,543|
|The University of Alabama||Tuscaloosa||37,840||$31,050||$50,520|
|United States Sports Academy||Daphne||338||$0||$0|
|University of Alabama at Birmingham||Birmingham||22,563||$27,630||$39,462|
|University of Alabama in Huntsville||Huntsville||9,999||$28,266||$40,662|
|University of Mobile||Mobile||2,016||$40,801||$40,801|
|University of Montevallo||Montevallo||2,600||$27,720||$40,740|
|University of North Alabama||Florence||8,086||$22,886||$32,486|
|University of South Alabama||Mobile||14,224||$22,866||$30,762|
|University of West Alabama||Livingston||5,734||$23,221||$32,321|