Christian Education for a Changing World

  • All Stillman College students take 12 hours (4 courses) of religious education fulfilling general education requirements
  • Stillman College leadership and staff are members of the clergy; the VP Academic Affairs and the VP Student Affairs are pastors of local churches
  • Thursdays are reserved for chapel and religious-themed guest speaker presentations
  • The Stillman Choir performs regularly at church services and concerts in the local community and throughout the nation
  • The Stillman College religious environment provides a safe and spiritual campus culture that is virtually free of crime and is a non-smoking campus
  • Stillman College works closely with the Tuscaloosa Ministerial Alliance, a city-wide multi-denominational organization of religious leaders
  • Stillman College partners with the University of Alabama and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference to conduct the annual “Realizing the Dream” program on social justice, peace and equality since 1990