Mobile Campus

Mobile Campus

Besides the flagship Montgomery campus, Faulkner University is proud to serve the entire state of Alabama with extension campuses in Birmingham, Huntsville and Mobile. Faulkner extension centers offer bachelor degrees in business administration, management and criminal justice and a variety of associate degrees. Degree plans are designed for the working adult, and classes are scheduled during day, evening and weekend hours to accommodate work and family schedules.

Huntsville Campus

Huntsville Campus

Besides the flagship Montgomery campus, Faulkner University is proud to serve the entire state of Alabama with extension campuses in Birmingham, Huntsville and Mobile. Faulkner extension centers offer bachelor degrees in business administration, management and criminal justice and a variety of associate degrees. Degree plans are designed for the working adult, and classes are scheduled during evening and weekend hours or online to accommodate work and family schedules.

Birmingham Campus

Birmingham Campus

Faulkner University has been helping adult students earn degrees and advance their careers in Birmingham for more than 60 years. We are proud to be part of the higher education scene in greater Birmingham, Alabama’s largest city and a well-known center for healthcare, retail, entertainment and history.

Your life is busy, so we schedule classes that work with today’s hectic lifestyles in mind. Classes are offered during the day, evening and weekend hours to accommodate work and family schedules.

Our campus is conveniently located at 4524 Southlake Parkway in Hoover, near Valleydale Road and Interstate 65. Map and directions

We invite you to review the listing of bachelor degrees and associate degrees available at the Birmingham campus.

Tuition and fees vary based on degree program, but everyone should look into financial aid.

If you have any questions, please contact us. We’re here to help.

Faulkner Dinner Theatre (1)

Faulkner Dinner Theatre

Home to all of Faulkner’s theatrical productions.

Men's Apartments #30

Men’s Apartments

Dormitories for all freshmen men.

Baldwin Residence Hall

Baldwin Residence Hall

Baldwin Residence Hall provides housing for male sophomore students. A sense of community and relationship is fostered in the dorms that become the student’s home away from home. Each dormitory has an on-site supervisor. The rooms, fit for two to three residents each, are equipped with desks, closet and storage space, twin size beds, wireless internet, cable television and phone access and a private bathroom.

Burton Resident Hall

Burton Residence Hall

Burton Residence Hall  provides housing for male undergrad students. A sense of community and relationship is fostered in the dorms that become the student’s home away from home. Each dormitory has an on-site supervisor. The rooms, fit for two to three residents each, are equipped with desks, closet and storage space, twin size beds, wireless internet, cable television and phone access and a private bathroom.

Davis Residence Hall #27

Davis Residence Hall

Davis Residence Hall provides housing for male undergrad students. A sense of community and relationship is fostered in the dorms that become the student’s home away from home. Each dormitory has an on-site supervisor. The rooms, fit for two to three residents each, are equipped with desks, closet and storage space, twin size beds, wireless internet, cable television and phone access and a private bathroom.

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Harrison Apartments Building 3 & 4

Seniors and students who are 21 or older qualify to live in the on-campus Harrison Apartments. Each apartment has four bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a kitchen, a washer and dryer and a common living area. Faulkner’s Harris Residence Hall | Common Area

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Harrison Apartments Building 1 & 2

Seniors and students who are 21 or older qualify to live in the on-campus Harrison Apartments. Each apartment has four bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a kitchen, a washer and dryer and a common living area. Faulkner’s Harris Residence Hall | Common Area

Harris Women's Residence Hall #25

Harris Women’s Residence Hall

Female undergrad students who live on campus are housed in the Harris Residence Hall, which has 76 rooms that house two residents each. The residents have access to a fully equipped kitchen, computer lab, wireless internet, mailroom, fitness room and media room with a flat screen television. The security features of this dorm are outstanding. Every door is secured with a key card entry system.

 

National Lads to Leaders Office

University Church of Christ

VP Black College of Biblical Studies #22

V.P. Black College of Biblical Studies

At a Christian university Bible classes are an essential part of students’ curriculum. The V.P. Black College of Biblical Studies is housed in the Harris-Parker Building, affectionately known as the Bible Building. It is also home to the Cloverdale Center for Family Strengths. All Bible faculties’ offices are located on the second floor. The state of the art classrooms and computer lab are equipped with interactive video technology. Faulkner’s Harris-Parker Building | Classroom

In the atrium of the Bible Building stands a large obelisk that pays tribute to the University’s founders and their original intention of promoting Christian education. Lester Chapel is also in this building. It provides the perfect setting for campus devotionals, preacher training or even a wedding.

Freeman Tower #26 (3)

Freeman Tower

The bell tower on campus, named after Harrell and Carlton Freeman.

Student Commons #20

Student Commons Building

Johnson Hall #19

Johnson Hall

Johnson Hall is home to the College of Education. It has a curriculum lab, an education center, a mock elementary classroom, bulletin boards and a computer lab as well as several faculty offices.

The hall’s namesake Leonard Johnson, a Co-Founder of the university, was also an educator for many years.

Johnson Annex

Johnson Annex

Johnson Annex is the home to the Department of Education.

Project Key #17

Project Key

Project Key serves as the central contact point and service provider for all students with disabilities at Faulkner University.

Tine W Davis Gymnasium #16

Tine Davis Gym/Multiplex

The Tine-Davis Gymnasium holds all of the Eagles’ home basketball and volleyball games. From locker rooms to coaches’ offices to stadium seating for 1107 fans, the gym is the perfect place to go for competitive sports.

Maintenance Building #15

Maintenance Office

Wynn-Field

Wynn Field

The softball complex, known as Wynn Field was renovated in 2009 and is one of the most sophisticated facilities in its league. It is named for head coach Hal Wynn who has won over 500 games since he started the softball program in 1992.

Sojourner Park #13

Sojourner Park

Provides an area for Faulkner fans to tailgate.

Pavilion #12

Pavilion

The pavilion is a tailgate area that provides a covered area with picnic tables and bathrooms.

Harrison Field

Harrison Baseball Field

In 2001 Faulkner Eagle’s Baseball team won the NCCAA Championship. At Harrison Field baseball is a competitive Spring tradition. The facility was renovated in 2002 and now has up-to-date dugouts, fences, lights and a field house that sits just behind home plate.

 

Leopold D Lee Family Fieldhouse #10

Leoplod D. Lee Family Fieldhouse

The Leopold D. Lee Family Fieldhouse is home to offices, meeting rooms, athletic training rooms, and dressing rooms for the football staff and team.

Stadium Sign

John Mark Stallings Field at Billy D. Hilyer Stadium

Opened in 2012, John Mark Stallings Field is where all home football and soccer games are played.

Fine Arts Building #8

M.B “Pop” Myers Fine Arts Building

The Fine Arts Center is primarily a music and theatre building. The University Chorus and Marching Band have a large practice room and there are small practice rooms available for private voice and instrument lessons.

The Great Books Honors College and Master of Liberal Arts program also meet in this building.

M.B. “Pop” Myers had a passion for music and sharing it with others.

 

Brooks Hall

Brooks Hall

Brooks Hall offers science labs for biology, chemistry, physics and criminal justice classes. It has a few classrooms and offices for science, English, computer science and math faculty.

Struggling with English or Math? The Instructional Support Lab located in this building provides tutoring services, placement and CLEP testing and a computer lab.

Ms. Linda Brooks, the building’s namesake, served as Academic Dean of the Arts and Sciences from 1984 until 1988. The building was renovated by Friends for Faulkner and named in her honor.

Greer Hall # 6

Greer Hall

Greer Hall is host to two classrooms and a computer lab all with interactive video technology. The faculty offices for the Alabama Christian College of Arts and Sciences can also be found here.

It is named for Joe Greer, Co-Founder and first Chairman of the Board of Trustees for Faulkner University.

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Gus Nichols Library

The university’s main library carries over 105,000 volumes of circulating and reference books, e-books, movies on DVD and VHS, multimedia items and bound periodicals. An inventory of these materials can be searched online via the database accessible on the library’s Web page. Our library has a policy with other university libraries in this city where students have an opportunity to check out books from their collections. Study carrels, tables, computers, printers and a copier are also available for student use.

The library is named for Gus Nichols, who supported the university for many years and served on the Board of Trustees. He shared his knowledge and love of preaching with many people for over 50 years.

 

E. L. Collum Rotunda

E.L. Collum Rotunda

In the very center of the campus is a spire that has become a Montgomery landmark. One of the very first buildings on the campus built in 1965, the Rotunda is a simple round building. It has one circular hallway that passes by each of its administrative offices and classrooms. In its center is a large auditorium used for special events.

It is also home to a few faculty offices, the Registrar’s office, Financial Aid, the Business Office, the University Counselors’ offices, Military Education, and Extended Services

Thomas Goode Jones School of Law #3 (4)

Thomas Goode Jones School of Law

This building solely serves the Thomas Goode Jones School of Law (JSL). The facility features many classrooms with interactive video technology, resource centers, three seminar rooms, a moot court room, faculty and administrative offices and a vast legal library.

Harris College of Business #2

Harris College of Business

This building, constructed in 1999, is the headquarters for Harris College of Business and Executive Education. Its large classrooms are complete with interactive video technology. It has two computer labs for classroom and student use. It is also home to the President’s Office, the Board of Trustees Conference Room and Admissions, Advancement and Human Resources Offices.

Main Entrance

Main Entrance