Alabama State University is an HBCU situated in Montgomery, AL. The public university was founded by nine former slaves and serves as a member of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund. The most popular majors for undergraduates are criminal justice, communications, and rehabilitation and therapy. The school’s marching band, “The Mighty Marching Hornets” has competed several times in the Honda Battle of the Bands and starred in a documentary series called Bama State Style.
Alabama State University is a university moving in the right direction. This school has been through adversity with so many changes from the head personnel, but it seems its all coming together. This university is one to adore with the various students from across the nation as well as the world.
Leslie from Fairfield, AL
great student body everyone is really nice. Small town alot of things are close. And great if you want to attend a school down south and a historical black college.