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University of Alabama

University of Alabama

+1 205-348-5666

208 Student Services Center Tuscaloosa, AL USA 35487

University of Alabama (UA) is a public institution that was founded in 1831. It is located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Famous for its school pride and winning football team, UA also boasts highly rated programs in law, medicine, business, and public relations. Notable alumni include actress Sonequa Martin-Green, NFL legend Joe Namath, and Pulitzer Prize winner and “father of biodiversity” E.O. Wilson.

Its acceptance rate is 80% and its graduation rate is 68%. UA’s tuition rate is $10,780 for in-state students and $30,250 for out-of-state students. The university has seen a dramatic increase in enrollment recently, with over 38,000 undergraduates and more than 6,100 postgraduates. UA offers nearly 200 undergraduate and postgraduate programs. It follows a semester-based academic calendar.

With fierce loyalty to its athletic teams and great pride in its role as “The Capstone” of Alabama public higher education, school spirit is vibrant at UA. The campus is located in a suburban setting on 1,143 acres. Students enjoy numerous outdoor activities, and they participate in more than 600 student clubs and organizations. There are close to 70 fraternities and sororities, in which over 11,500 students are engaged. The spirit of competition is high at UA, as the Alabama Crimson Tide participate and win often in the NCAA Division I Southeastern Conference. “Big Al,” is the team’s mascot. When they’re not cheering on their teams, students might be touring historical Gorgas House, exploring the university’s Natural History Museum, or visiting Birmingham, just 60 miles away.

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Statistics

Acceptance Rate
80%

Graduation Rate
68%

Graduate Population
6,152

Undergrad Population
31,688

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Tuition

Private Tuition
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In-State Tuition
$10,780

Out-Of-State Tuition
$30,250

MBA Programs

Campus & City Area