Alabama State University
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Alabama State University, founded 1867, is a historically black university located in Montgomery, Alabama. ASU is a member-school of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund.
- also known as Alabama State University, Montgomery; Alabama State University, main campus; ASU
- part of Alabama, United States of America, Montgomery
- official website: www.alasu.edu
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Colleges in the South (2008)
Alabama State University is a coed, public, comprehensive unit of Alabama Commission on Higher Education, founded in 1867, offering degrees at the bachelor's, master's, doctoral, and first professional levels and post-master's and ...
An Encyclopedia of People and Progress by Charles W Carey Jr.
Alabama State University. “Research Infrastructure in Minority Institutions at Alabama State University.” 2008. http://www.alasu.edu/RIMI. Alabama State University. “Welcome to Alabama State University.” 2008. http://www.alasu.edu/. Alfred P.
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MYERS ALABAMA STATE UNIVERSITY. Alabama State University began in Marion, Alabama, in 1866, as the Lincoln Normal School, a private institution. It had as its aim "the Higher Education of the Colored Race." In 1874, it ...
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