Birmingham-Southern College

Birmingham-Southern College

Birmingham-Southern College

Overview
Date Founded

1856

Headquarters

900 Arkadelphia Road Birmingham, AL, 35254, US

Charitable Causes

Higher Education & Universities
Science & Technology Research

Employees (Worldwide)

849

Industries

Schools & Student Services

Company Description

Birmingham-Southern College is a four-year, private liberal arts institution founded in 1856 and affiliated with the United Methodist Church. Birmingham-Southern College is the result of a merger of Southern University, founded in Greensboro, Alabama, in 1856, with Birmingham College, opened in 1898 in Birmingham, Alabama. These two institutions were consolidated on May 30, 1918, under the name of Birmingham-Southern College. The campus is situated on 192 wooded acres three miles west of downtown Birmingham. The College has 45 academic, residential, administrative, and athletics buildings/facilities. New facilities since 1998 include a 100,000 square-foot science center, a renovated humanities center, an admission welcome center, two residence halls featuring suite-style accommodations for 167 students, student center, fitness center, football complex, new Fraternity Row, and an urban environmental park/lake.

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Executives & Employees

President

Senior Vice President for Finance & Chief Financial Officer

Provost & Dean of the College

Associate Provost

Chief of Staff & Vice President for Community Initiatives

Vice President of Student Development

Vice President of Information Technology

Associate Vice President for Admissions

Professor

Associate Professor

Board of Trustees

Chairman at Ligon Industries LLC

Founder at Proxsys LLC

Partner at Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP

Founder at Bridgeworth LLC

Attorney at Bainbridge, Mims, Rogers & Smith, LLP

Member, Board of Trustees at Birmingham-Southern College

Member, Board of Trustees at Birmingham-Southern College

Member, Board of Trustees at Birmingham-Southern College

Member, Board of Trustees at Birmingham-Southern College

Member, Board of Trustees at Birmingham-Southern College

Distinguished Alumni
Henry Craft O’Neal is now Chairman & Chief Executive Officer at O'Neal Industries, Inc.
Rodney Ferguson is now President & Chief Executive Officer at Winrock International
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Key Stats and Financials As of 2016
Market Capitalization
Total Enterprise Value
Earnings Per Share
Revenue
$70.5M
Non-Profit Donations & Grants Received
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