About Faulkner

Faulkner University is a private, Christian liberal arts university based in Montgomery, Alabama. With a mission to provide an education anchored by not only intellect but also character and service, the Faulkner experience aims to educate the whole person.

Fast Facts

Church affiliation: Churches of Christ

Date founded: 1942

President: Dr. Mike Williams

Enrollment: 3,262

Tuition, room and board: $24,630

Percent of students receiving financial aid: 96%

States represented by students: 36

Countries represented by students: 35

Male/female student ratio: 39%/61% overall (Traditional 59%/41%)

Percent of minority students: 49.4% (includes Black, Asian, Hispanic, Native American, Pacific Islander and Multi-racial)

Student organizations: 30+

Locations: Main campus in Montgomery, with extended campuses in Mobile, Birmingham and Huntsville

Colleges: College of Arts and Sciences, College of Biblical Studies, College of Education, College of Business and Executive Education, Faulkner Law

Centers and Institutes: Council of Scholars, Christian Institute for the Study of Liberal Arts, Institute for Faith and Academy, Cloverdale Center for Family Strengths, Center for Dispute Resolution

Degrees: 70+

Number of graduate degrees: 15

Number of online degrees: 7

Full-time instructional faculty: 120

Faculty-to-student ratio: 1:15

Average class size: 10 to 15

Percent of full-time instructional faculty with doctorate or terminal degrees: 65.8%

Community service: All Faulkner undergraduate students complete 160 hours of volunteer service

Faulkner Law: One of only three ABA-accredited law schools in Alabama

Member: National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and the Southern States Athletic Conference (SSAC)

Number of intercollegiate sports teams: 10

Mascot: Eagles

Our History