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Alcorn State University

Established in 1871, Alcorn State University is home to almost 4,000 students. The university has seven schools, offering more than 50 different fields of study. The University emphasizes intellectual development and lifelong learning through the integration of diverse pedagogies, applied and basic research, cultural and

Albany State University

Established in 1903, Albany State has grown to host over 6,000 students in attendance. The university offers 13 certificates, 14 associate, 30 baccalaureate, and 12 graduate degrees across its five colleges. Albany State is committed to excellence in teaching and learning, as they prepare students

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

Alabama A&M University

Established in 1875, Alabama A&M educates over 6000 students, offering 41 bachelor’s degrees. The university aims to be community-focused, and helps their students learn and grow in a friendly, wholesome environment. The university prides itself in its excellence and diversity.

Haskell Indian Nations University

Haskell Indian Nations University currently has a population of about 1,000 students. They are an inter-tribal university working to instill values of self-determination and self-governance in their students to become better social and cultural leaders of tomorrow.

Wesleyan College

Wesleyan College is a women’s college steeped in history with a campus enclosed in a 200-acre forest preserve and botanic garden. The college produced the first American sororities. The college excels in producing quality students in business, as well as offer accelerated online programs in

St. Catherine Univeristy

St. Catherine University is home to nearly 5,000 students across two campuses in St. Paul and Minneapolis. Founded in 1905, Business Administration is one of their most popular majors at this women’s college. Their St. Paul campus overlooks the city in the Highland Park neighborhood,

Stephens College

Stephens College is a women’s college founded in 1833, with a tradition in the liberal arts and health sciences. It is the second oldest women’s college in the nation. Stephens College is a school of firsts for quality of life for students.They began allowing pets

Simmons College

Located in Boston near Black Bay Fens, this historic park provides a sheltered, wild-looking backdrop for the women’s college. Simmons University was founded on the principle that a self-sufficient life was predicated in a practical education. The learning mindset of Simmons University prepares all its