Dothan Campus Life & Culture

Conveniently located on more than 400 acres along U.S. Highway 231, the Dothan Campus serves primarily adult learners seeking to complete or further their education while balancing the commitments of work and family life.

Tracing its roots to extension courses at Fort Rucker in the 1950s, the Dothan Campus today offers 63 degree programs in a term system that offers the flexibility required and appreciated by many adult learners.

A dedicated faculty and staff serve students in a beautiful campus setting that includes Malone Hall, Adams Hall and R. Terry Everett Hall, home to the campus’ library, the R. Terry Everett Congressional Library and the Wiregrass Archives.

The Dothan Campus is also home to one of the areas’ best exercise and nature venues in the Harrison Walking Trails, named for Dr. Thomas Harrison, a former campus president. Located behind Malone Hall, the four-and-a-half mile walking trail winds through 130 forested acres that also includes a 6.7 mile biking trail.

The Dothan Campus also offers various programs, clubs and organizations for students that help to complement and supplement their academic endeavors. Whether it’s the Student Government Association, a service organization or an honor or professional society, students are encouraged to participate in University-sponsored organizations to enhance their educational experience.  

 

Dothan Campus building