UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA

United States, Alabama

The University of Alabama is a public research university situated in the city named Tuscaloosa in Alabama. Established in 1820, the University of Alabama is the oldest and largest public university in Alabama and the University of Alabama system's flagship. The university offers study courses in 13 academic departments and obtains bachelor's, master's, education experts, and doctorate degrees. The only law school in the state that has received public support is the University of Alabama. The University of Alabama upgrades the knowledge and social conditions of people through the formation, translation, and propagation of knowledge, emphasizing quality courses in the fields of teaching, research, and service. It is the university of choice for the best and brightest students in Alabama and worldwide seeking special education opportunities. The university is a research university with an academic community that is united and committed to enhancing the quality of life of all Alabamas and citizens of the country and the world.  

Campus Life

The University of Alabama campus is one of the most prestigious campuses in the United States. There is a dramatic intersection of classic architecture and modern development everywhere from the crimson and white tulips in spring to the golden waterfalls in autumn. There are 297 buildings on the campus covering approximately 10,600,000 square feet. These students come from different backgrounds and have different interests and hobbies. The university wants to ensure that you have the information, resources, and support you need to achieve lifelong success. Whether your interest is intellectual, social, entertaining, cultural, multicultural, or spiritual, there are places suitable for all university types. The university also provides on-campus as well as off-campus housing facilities for both undergraduate and graduate students. The university has invested many resources in activities and programs to improve students’ campus safety and make responsible decisions to enhance their well-being.

Noted Alumni

Graduates of the University of Alabama include 15 Rhodes Scholars, 57 Golden Water Scholars, and 16 Truman Scholars. UA graduates have also been appointed as members of the academic team of "USA Today" national universities. The University of Alabama is the alma mater of many celebrities in politics, sports, business, entertainment, science, art, and literature. Famous UA alumni include Harper Lee, Bear Bryant, Mel Allen, Joe Namath, George Wallace, Joe Scarborough, Hugo Black, E.O. Jimmy Wales, the founder of Wilson, and Wikipedia.