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Faulkner University-Birmingham, is a non-profit private institution, located in Birmingham, Jefferson County. The program leads to associates degrees.

The University received its original charter on June 5th, 1942, as Montgomery Bible School. On September 14th, 1942, the first class began with twenty-three students enrolled in grades nine through twelve and the first year of college. The school existed in a single two-story frame building located on a twenty-six acre campus on Ann Street in Montgomery.

In 1975, the first extended campuses were begun in Mobile, Birmingham, and Huntsville. The Sheffield campus was opened in 1976 and later moved to Florence in 1981 until its closing in 1998.

On April 19, 1985, the Board of Trustees changed the name of Alabama Christian College to Faulkner University in honor of Dr. James H. Faulkner, Sr., longtime Chairman of the Board and a major benefactor of the college.

Location: 2970 Lorna Road, Birmingham Alabama 35205 Telephone 205-879-5588 Toll Free: 205-252-7532

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