Athens State University Joins “Universities Studying Slavery” Consortium

Dateline: March 24, 2020 Athens State University is pleased to announce its membership in the Universities Studying Slavery (USS) consortium. The association works collaboratively with other universities to empower them to actively address their ties to slavery and express a…

Athens State Named Most Affordable Online Supply Chain Management Degree

Dateline: March 11, 2020 Athens State University’s online Supply Chain Management degree program has been named the most affordable in the country by Great Business Schools. Athens State’s Logistics and Supply Chain Management program focuses extensively on management information systems…

Dr. Lee Vartanian Named Dean of College of Education

Dateline: February 26, 2020 After an extensive, nationwide search that produced a number of highly-qualified candidates, Athens State University has appointed Dr. Lee Vartanian as Dean of the College of Education effective July 2020. Dr. Vartanian received his bachelor’s degree…

Athens State Earns Military Friendly Designation

Dateline: February 19, 2020 Athens State University has earned a Military Friendly School designation for 2020-2021 from Military Friendly. The 625 schools nationwide included on this list provide the best higher education opportunities for veterans, their spouses, and the military…

Athens State and Calhoun Launch Dual Degree Program for Students

Dateline: February 11, 2020 Calhoun Community College and Athens State University have signed a “2+2 Transfer Pathway Agreement” allowing students to transfer without losing coursework and earn degrees from both institutions. Students in Calhoun’s Child Development program will transfer courses…

“Of Ebony Embers: Vignettes of the Harlem Renaissance” coming to the ACA

Dateline: February 4, 2020 The Alabama Center for the Arts (ACA) will welcome artists from the Core Ensemble to perform the chamber music theatre work Of Ebony Embers: Vignettes of the Harlem Renaissance in recognition of Black History Month. The…