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    USA Enrollment Tops Record 16,000 Students
    August 25, 2014

    The University of South Alabama has reached another milestone, with record enrollment surpassing 16,000 students for the 2014 fall semester. Records were set in several categories such as new student enrollment, first-time freshman enrollment, graduate student enrollment, African-American enrollment and average freshman ACT score....

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Southern Light is expanding its presence at USA Technology and Research Park. At a lease signing, from left, are Ken Davis, USA treasurer; Lynne Chronister, USA vice president for research and economic development; Ker Ferguson, USA assistant vice president for research; Roy Franklin, Southern Light data center operations manager; Andy Newton, Southern Light president and CEO; and Davis Pilot, Southern Light operations strategic analyst.

Southern Light expanding at USA Technology and Research Park
August 27, 2014

Southern Light's digital and physical footprint at the University of South Alabama Technology and Research Park is expanding. T...

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Landry Underwood

New Greek Life Coordinator Named
August 22, 2014

Landry Underwood from Choctaw, Okla., has joined the University of South Alabama's Office of Student Affairs as coordinator of ...

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More than 700 University of South Alabama faculty, staff, students and alumni helped students move into residence halls on Saturday, Aug. 16, as a new academic year kicked off this week.

USA Kicks Off New School Year
August 18, 2014

More than 700 University of South Alabama faculty, staff, students and alumni helped students move into residence halls on Satu...

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Dr. Joel Lewis, associate professor of professional studies in the College of Education, speaks at a news conference announcing the Community Conversations initiative that will take place over the next year

USA Joins Community Dialogue on Race
August 18, 2014

University of South Alabama faculty member Dr. Joel' Lewis, associate professor of professional studies in the College of Educa...

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