University of Alabama in Huntsville

SIZE AND SETTING Four-year, medium, primarily nonresidential
CAMPUS TYPECity: Midsize
ACCREDITATION(S) Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges


Average In-State Cost $9,128
Average Out-Of-State Cost $20,622
Percent of Students Receiving Financial Aid 76%
Average Financial Aid Amount $10,191

Student Population

Total Undergraduates 5,829
Student-Faculty Ratio 17:1
Male vs Female 57%Male43%Female
Full-Time vs Part-Time 59%Full-Time19%Part-Time
Classroom Setting
  • 449Students enrolled exclusively in distance education courses
  • 896Students enrolled in some but not all distance education courses
  • 7,123Students enrolled exclusively in distance education courses
Race or Ethnicity
  • 70%White
  • 12%Black
  • 4%HIspanic
  • 4%Asian
  • 1%American Indian
  • 0%Pacific Islander
  • 2%2 or More Races
  • 3%Unknown…


Acceptance Rate 81%Median Entrant Scores
SAT Scores
ACT Scores


Median School Value

Completion Rate 48%Below Average
Median Post-Graduate Salary $45,600Below Average
First Year Retention Rate 80%Below Average

Contact Info

University of Alabama in Huntsville

301 Sparkman Dr, Huntsville, AL 35899



Data Sources

The data included on this page is collected from The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System, a Department of Education program managed by the National Center for Education Statistics. Surveying over 7,500 colleges annually, it is among the most long-standing and trusted providers of U.S. postsecondary information. Note that IPEDS relies on self reported survey data from each college and therefore it may be slightly out of date or inconsistent with current levels. Please refer to each individual college website or contact the admissions office for further information.

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