ASU Turns 150 Years-Old Monday; Celebration with Cake, Kids, & Day of Giving!

Join us and over 300 excited first – 12th grade ASU SKYCAP kids as Alabama State University celebrates its Sesquicentennial – it turns 150 years old – on Monday; at its historic “Birthday Celebration Party/Day of Giving” that is open to members of the Hornet Nation family, the public and the news media.

We celebrate our 150th anniversary as a school, which makes ASU the nation’s oldest ‘state-sponsored’ liberal arts historic black university in America!

The big 150th Birthday Bash will be in the ASU Football Stadium’s beautiful Club Lounge and will be complete with a huge ASU birthday cake with candles, balloons, hundreds of its summer camp SKYCAP kids singing the birthday song, greetings by Interim-President Leon C. Wilson, student remarks by the SGA President and Miss ASU and a “Day of Giving” shout-out request by Vice President Zillah Fluker to all members of the Hornet Nation to support their University and honor its fabled past/support its incredible future as it moves into its next 150 years with a monetary donation.