About Alabama State University
Alabama State University is located in historic Montgomery, Ala., on a beautiful 172-acre campus featuring lush landscaping, historic landmarks and both modern and traditional facilities that pay homage to the University’s proud past and bright future.
The campus is located only a short walk from the state capital, the state government complex and downtown Montgomery, making the downtown business and entertainment district, art galleries, state archives, museums and historical sites readily accessible to students.
ASU has experienced tremendous growth during the past few years, with the addition of a number of new campus buildings to accommodate increased enrollment and exciting new academic programs. The most recent construction includes The New ASU Stadium, the University’s $62 million football stadium which opened in November 2012, and the John Garrick Hardy Student Services Center, our 81,000-square-foot facility that is designed to be a one-stop shop for recreation and for transacting important student business.
Other new facilities include two expansive new co-ed residence halls, as well as a renovation and 46,000-square-foot addition to the University’s Library and Media facility, the Levi Watkins Learning Center, new baseball and softball fields and a football complex, which houses coaches’ offices, a state-of-the-art training and weight room, a film room and much more.
At A Glance
- 7 Colleges + Graduate School
- 63 Degrees Offered (35 Bachelor’s / 18 Master’s / 6 Ed.S. / 4 Doctoral)
- 26,635 Active Alumni
- 395 Acre Campus
Total Enrollment: 4,760