Athens State University located in Athens, Alabama is a two year upper level University. Thirty-three different majors are offered to junior and senior students. Athens is a city located in Limestone County, Alabama. ...
Athens State University began as the Athens Female Academy in 1822, The Methodist Church took control of the institution in 1842 changing the name to the Athens Female Institute. In 1931 the name was changed again to Athens College and it became coeducational. In 1974 the state of Alabama took control and the college became known as Athens State College. Later, in 1998 Athens State College became Athens State University. The United Methodist Church is the largest Methodist denomination, and the second-largest Protestant one, in the United States. ... Coeducation is the integrated education of men and women. ...
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AthensStateUniversity is Alabama's upper-division University offering junior and senior level courses to complete baccalaureate degrees in 33 different majors.
AthensStateUniversity, offering coursework at the junior and senior level, is the baccalaureate degree granting institution of the Alabama College System.
Governed under the authority of the Alabama State Board of Education, and in conjunction with the other institutions of the Alabama College System, AthensStateUniversity provides affordable education in an environment which recognizes diversity and nurtures the discovery and application of knowledge.
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