The University of North Alabama traces its roots to 1830 and LaGrange College, the first state-chartered college in Alabama. The school relocated to its current location in Florence from its original site in Franklin County in 1854. The institution would later become the first state-supported teachers college in the South and one of the first coeducational institutions in the nation.See All 4 Photos
Main CampusFlorence, Alabama, United States Campus Website5,000 - 20,000 on Campus<100,000 residents in FlorenceLanguage(s) spoken on campus: English
The University of North Alabama offers students a unique educational experience through its on-campus living community. Each residence hall, a modern living facility, is a community designed to enrich and broaden the educational experiences of students. Living in residence halls provides the student an opportunity to develop lasting friendships, well worth remembering. The residence halls are designed to meet the physical needs of the residents, while providing activities and programs that contribute to the “total educational experience.” We welcome you to the University of North Alabama residential community and hope that this experience will be an integral part of your college life.