Albany State University


Albany State University was founded in 1903 and became one of the three black colleges that are members of the University System of Georgia. Campus is located in the Albany in the southwestern part of the state and this is a campus that has an important role of education landscape in southern Georgia. Founder of this campus has a desire to provide better educational opportunities for black skin color at that time. Albany State University offers a degree option for undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs including liberal arts. Students from ASU come from all over the state and foreign countries with an averages age of students is 24 years. If we discover more about this university, then we will find that ASU was ranked 32 out of 36 in the ranking of undergraduate education at HBCU magazine, according to US News & World Report. For graduate programs offered include; criminal justice, business administration, educational leadership, early childhood education, English education, mathematics education, health and physical education, music education, middle grades education, school counseling, special education, nursing, science education, and public administration.