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P. O. Drawer 1430, Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35403
phone(205) 366-8817 fax(205) 247-8106

Founded: 1876
Awards offered: Bachelor's degree
Campus Setting:     City: Small
Campus housing:   Yes
Student population: 1,072 (all undergraduate)
Student-to-faculty ratio: 18 to 1
Tuition & Fees: $15,665
Average Grant or Scholarship Aid: $8,462
Percent of Students Receiving
Financial Aid From Any Source:
Religious Affiliation: Presbyterian Church USA

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Founded in 1876 by the Presbyterian Church, U.S., Stillman College is a four-year, co-educational liberal arts college. It originally was established to educate black men for the ministry and at various times has served as a high school, farming operation, junior college, trade school and a school of nursing. Now, as a four-year, fully accredited senior college, Stillman offers small classroom settings for individualized instruction. The college both affirms its history and tradition and embraces a future that is interracial, multicultural and pluralistic. Stillman’s 105 acre campus, noted for its stately magnolias, meticulous grounds and graceful buildings, is located within walking distance of downtown Tuscaloosa and 52 miles southwest of Birmingham. Stillman is ranked 25th in the south among U.S. News and World Report list of Americans Best Colleges.