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"Why choose ASU? Because 'Opportunity is Here!' This is a saying students will hear throughout their experience on campus. But it's more than a motto; it's true. With dedicated faculty and staff and a welcoming student body, ASU is like a family. You will be pushed to accept challenges, defeat odds and never stop chasing your goals."
"Thanks to #myASU, I went from being a guy from Connecticut who knew absolutely no one, to an active student leader and SGA chairman. The experiences I have gained will help me stand out in today's competitive job market. It's not just a great education here, but also a great support system for students to follow their dreams no matter what obstacles they may face."
"I always knew I wanted to attend an HBCU, and I visited many of them. Visiting ASU was different. Instead of them telling me everything they had to offer, they showed me instead what I had to offer to ASU. The faith they showed me on my visit led me to making one of the best decisions I've ever made -- choosing ASU. Through the many opportunities ASU provided for me, I found my purpose."
"Quality teaching and ground-breaking research experiences are two of the biggest offerings to ASU students. The Cancer Biology Research and Training program provides cutting-edge research, community outreach and works toward eliminating cancer health disparities. The passion here for education and research makes ASU a great center of learning."
"Alabama State University is a premier academic institution. At ASU, you will be pushed to be the very best you can be. You can be sure that when you leave here, you will be the best and ready for whatever the world has for you. They push you because they care. I truly believe that ASU has fully prepared me for my future."
Civil rights activists and scholars spoke to a crowded room at ASU's National Center on Friday, Aug. 26 for a symposium exploring the origins of the Black Power Movement.
ASU will live stream of its University College Convocation, which will feature Bryan Stevenson, founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, leading advocate for criminal justice reform and author of ASU's inaugural Common Reader selection, "Just Mercy,"
ASU sophomore student scholars interested in studying abroad are encouraged to apply for the Frederick Douglass Global Fellowship by Sept. 15, 2016.
More than 40 clergy members recently attended a special breakfast with President Gwendolyn E. Boyd, where the group discussed ways to expand ASU’s connections to the community.
An ASU biology/pre-health major is one of 73 college students named as 2016 HBCU All-Stars by the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Visitors to ASU’s home on the web are in for a special treat, as the University recently launched an exciting new redesign of its website.
A new exhibit on display at the Levi Watkins Learning Center chronicles the activities of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on the ASU campus from 1954 to 1960.
The National Center's annual Colvin-Feagin Community Art Show will showcase the works of various local and regional artists.
Bryan Stevenson, founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, leading advocate for criminal justice reform and author of ASU's inaugural Common Reader selection, "Just Mercy," will speak at the annual Freshman Convocation.
Jazz lovers throughout the River Region are in store for great music, food and fun, as the Nat King Cole Society Jazz Festival, co-sponsored by ASU’s WVAS-FM, returns to downtown Montgomery.