TALLADEGA, ALU.S. News and World Report listed Talladega College among the nation’s “most innovative schools” for 2020. In addition, the Princeton Review has named Talladega College one of the best colleges in the Southeast, a distinction the College has earned for two consecutive years.

Although Talladega has been known for academic excellence for over 150 years, recent rankings have confirmed it is also a great choice for financial reasons. Talladega was named a 2019 Best Value College by Kiplinger, a national publisher of business forecasts and personal finance advice. Kiplinger ranked Talladega second in the entire nation among the “10 Best Colleges Values with the Lowest Average Graduating Debt, 2019.”

In addition to favorable rankings, Talladega is also undergoing campus-wide renovation. A new state-of-the-art residence hall opened in January 2018. The Dr. Williams R. Harvey Museum of Art, which will house the critically-acclaimed Hall Woodruff Amistad Murals and other works of art, is scheduled to open in January 2020. In addition, Talladega’s first-ever student center is under construction.

The College recently launched an online Master of Science in Computer Information Systems. The 100% online, fully-accredited program has a curriculum that aligns with industry standards and can be completed in as little as 18 months.

About Talladega College

The oldest private Historically Black College in Alabama, Talladega College was founded in 1867 by two former slaves, Williams Savery and Thomas Tarrant. Talladega College is home of the renowned Hale Woodruff Amistad Murals, which received rave reviews from The New York Time during a three-year, eight-city tour. For more information about Talladega College, visit www.talladega.edu.

1 thought on “Talladega College among U.S. News & World Report’s “most innovative schools” Princeton Review’s “best colleges in the Southeast” and Kiplinger’s “best value” colleges

  1. I am so proud to see my college listed here I could just cry. Because all the prayers and hoping and wishing that things turn out for the best for Denmark Tech and it did thanking my Heavenly Father. So I’m truly proud right now.

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