Founded in 1896, the Alabama Girl's Industrial School offered young women an advanced educational experience. Gradually, the school transitioned into the Alabama Girls Technical Institute in 1913 and Alabama College in 1923. The final changes in name and mission occurred in 1969 when it became the University of Montevallo, Alabama's four-year public liberal arts institution. The University of Montevallo is a member of the prestigious Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges.
This collection highlights both the academic and campus life of students through course catalogs, yearbooks, and various pamphlets. Contents include all yearbooks, ranging from 1907-2010, and bulletins, from 1895-1941. The materials are located at: http://www.archive.org/details/universityofmontevallo and may also be viewed by the Browse by Subject / Keywords and Browse by date features.
Dr. John W. Stewart III, President of University of Montevallo
Office: Calkins Hall
Vice President of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management
Dr. Tammi Dahle
Disability Support Services
Students with documented long-term or permanent disabilities may make accommodation requests related to their housing assignment (such as flashing fire alarms for deaf/hard-of-hearing, bathroom grab bars, ground floor assignment, wheelchair access, or a private room) or dietary restrictions (such as severe or anaphylactic food allergies).
Office: Police Station
Falcon Foods Staff
Mr. Jason Quarles, Director of Dining Services