Alabama State University
Alabama State University is a public, historically black university in Montgomery, Alabama
About Alabama State University
Founded as the Lincoln Normal School of Marion in 1867, ASU had a complicated history. After relocating to Montgomery and changing its name in 1887, ASU was born. The school is home to over 5,000 students, and offers 47 degree programs. ASU prides itself in their students, and aims to be a community-centered success driven university.