University of South Alabama

About University of South Alabama

The University of South Alabama, the only major public institution of higher learning on the upper Gulf Coast, was created by act of the Alabama State Legislature in May, 1963. With Alabama's two older universities more than 200 miles distant, the University is strategically located in the greater Mobile area, which has a population of more than a million within a 100-mile radius. The University is a diverse and vibrant public university that is making a difference in the lives of people of Alabama and the nation through teaching, research, service and health care. The University, consisting of over 650 full time faculty, set an all time record enrollment, with a total of 13,286 students registering for fall 2003 semester.

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