Albany State University

About: "Albany State University is located in beautiful Southwest Georgia. Albany State University, a unit of the University System of Georgia, is located on 231 acres in Albany, Ga., a city of about 100,000 people. With a student enrollment of about 4,000, Albany State University awards associate, bachelors, masters and educational specialist degrees. Albany State University was founded in 1903 by Dr. Joseph Winthrop Holley as the Albany Bible and Manual Training Institution to provide religious an industrial education for African Americans in southwest Georgia. In 1917, the institution became the Georgia Normal and Agricultural College, a two-year state-supported school offering programs in agriculture, industrial education and teacher training. In 1932, the college became a part of the University System of Georgia. It became a four-year teacher-training institution in 1943 and assumed the name Albany State College. In 1996, the institution became Albany State University. "

Admission Info: "ASU Admissions The admissions policy of Albany State University is designed to admit those applicants who demonstrate a probability for success in completing the requirements for a college degree. Applicants will have their academic transcript, grade point average, and entrance examination scores reviewed. Each application is considered complete when all required documentation has been received. All applicants must present the required credentials for review and evaluation. "

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Green Programs:  No

Programs Offered: Education, Art and Design, Hotel/Hospitality/Culinary


504 College Drive , Albany, Georgia 31705


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