Alabama State University will hold its 291st Commencement Exercises on Saturday, May 9, 2015, at 9:45 a.m. in the Dunn-Oliver Acadome. Candidates for graduation and their guests will find important information about deadlines, events and news on the Commencement Web page. Learn more.
Dr. Audrey Napier is respected by her students and colleagues as a professor who pushes students to exceed beyond their own expectations.
Dr. Jeraline Jones-Marsh says ASU taught her a great deal about life and about how to be a professional.
Janel Elise Grant says ASU helped her connect with her heritage and taught her the value of self-reliance and responsibility.
As an ASU student, Rickesha Robbins is following in the footsteps of her uncle, aunts and cousins who all are ASU alumni.
Amy Renee Ashley is an award-winning musician who credits ASU with helping her to become more confident and outgoing.
Barry Davis says the guidance he receives from his professors is just one of the many reasons he enjoys being an ASU student.
Yohance Myles credits ASU for preparing him to make his mark as an actor, with several movies under his belt, including a role in a major action movie.
Jessica Platt loves working at ASU's Levi Watkins Learning Center because of the friendliness of faculty, staff and students.
Dornesia Ward is fast establishing herself as a leader in the technology field. She says she wouldn’t be where she is today without her ASU experience.
When Dr. Manoj K. Mishra isn’t in the lab conducting groundbreaking cancer research, he’s in the classroom helping ASU students strive for academic excellence.
Dr. Melvin A. Lowe III hails from a family of proud educators. He chose ASU for its legacy of nurturing some of the brightest minds in the education field.
As a professor in one of ASU’s newest academic programs, and one of today’s most exciting career fields, Dr. Harvey Hou is training the forensic scientists of the future.
Carlton McClain says ASU’s faculty truly care about the professional and personal development of their students.
Since becoming an ASU student, Marvin Cox said he has learned not to be afraid to ask for help when he needs it because there is always someone in the ASU family willing to lend a hand.
Eric Welch Guster is a go-to legal analyst for many TV news networks. He says ASU helped him develop the tenacity and determination that fuel his legal career.