Colleges

 

University of Alabama at Birmingham

Located in the center of downtown Birmingham, UAB is a public university with an average enrollment of 10,000 students. Located within UAB are graduate and doctoral School of Medicine.

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University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa

Located 45 minutes away in our neighbor Tuscaloosa, Alabama, the University of Alabama is a public university with an average enrollment of 21,000. Located within UA are the College of Commerce and Business and the School of Law

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Samford University

Located just over the mountain in Homewood, Samford is a private, Baptist University with an average enrollment of 2,800. Located within Samford are the School of Divinity, School of Nursing, School of Business, School of Law, and School of Pharmacy

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Birmingham Southern College

Located just outside the city on I-20/59, Birmingham Southern is a private, Methodist college with an average enrollment of 1,400. Located within Birmingham Southern are the graduate School of Management and School of Music.

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Jefferson State Community College

Jefferson State, located in multiple campuses throughout Birmingham, is a community college with an average enrollment of 8,000. Jefferson State offers several certification degrees and an associate's degree program.

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Culinard, The Culinary Institute of Virginia College

Located in the Palisades in Homewood, Culinard is an accredited culinary institute with an average enrollment of 200.

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