Stillman College is a historically black liberal arts college founded in 1876 and located in the West Tuscaloosa area of Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Stillman College 105-acre (0.42 km2) campus offers programs of study leading to the bachelor’s degree. The school is accredited by SACS (The Southern Association for Colleges and Schools). The Division of Arts and Sciences offers degrees in Studio Art, Biology, English, History, Mathematics, Music,Psychology, Religion and Theology, and Nursing. The Division of Professional Education offers degrees in Business with concentration in (Administration, Accounting and Management), Elementary Education, and Health and Physical Education. Stillman also offers programs in Pre-Law and Pre-Med.
The college’s intercollegiate athletic teams, the Tigers and Lady Tigers, compete in the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in Division II of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Men’s Basketball (2006 SIAC Champions), Women’s Basketball, Baseball (2007-2008 SIAC Champions) (2007 Division II National Champions), Softball, Tennis, Track & Field, Football. In the 2009-10 season, 1 year removed from taking over a 1-27 team, head coach Michael Grant led the men’s basketball team to the school’s first ever appearance in the National Top 25 rankings.
The school’s marching band is named the Blue Pride Marching Band. In February 2010, Stillman College dedicated the brand new facility, the Thomas Lyle Band Center, named in honor of former band director Thomas Lyle, in conjunction with the Wynn Fine Arts Center. Organizations include: Kappa Kappa Psi, Kappa Omicron Chapter. Tau Beta Sigma Theta Chi Chapter. The marching band is also represented in the Xbox 360 game Black College Football: BCFX: The Xperience playing selections of Sing a Song, Word Up and Low.