Stillman College - Presbyterian Ranking 2017

Stillman CollegeRanked
43
in the USA
Stillman College is a very small not-for-profit HBCU Presbyterian college located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The school was opened in 1876 and is presently offering bachelor's degrees in 12 programs.

Stillman College is affordable; tuition price varies around $12,000 a year. It is reported that Stillman College area is safe - the school is reported to have an excellent rating for campus security.

Stillman College ranks in Top 50 Presbyterian school in USA and The Best Presbyterian school in Alabama. Major competing Presbyterian colleges for this school are Rhodes College in Memphis and Belhaven University in Jackson. Check the details about all six competing Presbyterian colleges as well as available majors and minors below.


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Overall school rankings 2017:

The Best Presbyterian School in Alabama
Ranked #20 Presbyterian School in The South
Ranked #43 Presbyterian School in USA

Programs rankings 2017:

State of Alabama Ranking

The Best Presbyterian Mathematics School
The Best Presbyterian Management School
The Best Presbyterian Music School
The Best Presbyterian Psychology School
The Best Presbyterian Theology School
The Best Presbyterian Literature School
The Best Presbyterian Journalism School
The Best Presbyterian Biology School
The Best Presbyterian Business School
The Best Presbyterian Education School
The Best Presbyterian History School
The Best Presbyterian Arts School
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The South Regional Ranking

Ranked #11 Presbyterian Journalism School
Ranked #16 Presbyterian Management School
Ranked #17 Presbyterian Education School
Ranked #17 Presbyterian Business School
Ranked #18 Presbyterian Music School
Ranked #18 Presbyterian Biology School
Ranked #19 Presbyterian Psychology School
Ranked #19 Presbyterian Mathematics School
Ranked #19 Presbyterian Literature School
Ranked #19 Presbyterian History School
Ranked #20 Presbyterian Arts School
Ranked #23 Presbyterian Theology School
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USA National Ranking

Ranked #28 Presbyterian Journalism School
Ranked #33 Presbyterian Management School
Ranked #34 Presbyterian Business School
Ranked #34 Presbyterian Music School
Ranked #35 Presbyterian History School
Ranked #36 Presbyterian Education School
Ranked #36 Presbyterian Biology School
Ranked #38 Presbyterian Arts School
Ranked #39 Presbyterian Psychology School
Ranked #39 Presbyterian Literature School
Ranked #39 Presbyterian Mathematics School
Ranked #43 Presbyterian Theology School
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See how Stillman College is ranked among HBCU schools in Alabama.

Contact information:

Stillman College
3601 Stillman Boulevard
Tuscaloosa, AL 35401
Phone: (205) 366-8880

Location map:

Stillman College Location Map

Majors offered:

Bachelor's degree

Elementary Education and Teaching
General Art Studies
General Biology
General English Language and Literature
General History
General Mathematics
General Music
General Psychology
Journalism
Other Business Administration, Management and Operations
Religious Studies
Theological Studies

Minors offered:

Bachelor's degree

Religious Studies

Local competitors:

Rhodes College - Presbyterian School Ranking
Rhodes College

Memphis, TN, 60 majors

Belhaven University - Presbyterian School Ranking
Belhaven University

Jackson, MS, 52 majors

Covenant College - Presbyterian School Ranking
Covenant College

Lookout Mountain, GA, 62 majors

Agnes Scott College - Presbyterian School Ranking
Agnes Scott College

Decatur, GA, 58 majors

Memphis Theological Seminary - Presbyterian School Ranking
Memphis Theological Seminary

Memphis, TN, 2 majors

Columbia Theological Seminary - Presbyterian School Ranking
Columbia Theological Seminary

Decatur, GA, 1 major

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