Who We Are

The Office of Graduate Studies at Alcorn State University was established to provide programs of advanced study for graduates desirous to advance their careers in the workforce. The Graduate School has an important influence in creating high standards for academic accomplishment and in achieving an intellectual environment of the highest quality for the university’s community.

Our graduate programs offer students challenging and meaningful experiences aimed at helping them grow as analytical thinkers, effective communicators, experts in their fields, and creative and responsible participants in a dynamic world. Graduate Studies is committed to excellence in all graduate degree and certificate programs. We have faculty, staff, and administrators dedicated to achieving the mission and vision of the graduate school. To assist you in knowing who we are, here are some quick facts about Graduate Studies at Alcorn State University.

Quick Facts

Name: Alcorn State University Graduate Studies
The University: Public institution
Campus: Lorman, Vicksburg, Natchez
Founded: Graduate Studies 1975
Organization theme: “Home of the Braves”
Degrees granted: Master’s, Specialist, Doctoral
Accreditation: Full accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Universities
Administration: Office of Academic Affairs
Enrollment: 512
Academic programs: 16 different graduate degree programs, 39 concentrations, 5 certificate programs
Top 3 degree programs: (by degrees granted) Secondary Education Masters
Workforce Education Leadership
School Counseling
Academic calendar: Fall and spring semesters, summer sessions
Interim Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs: Dr. Joyce Buckner-Brown
Associate Provost for Research, Innovation, and Graduate Education: Dr. Edmund Buckner
Address: 1000 ASU Drive #689
Walter Washington Administration Building
Lorman, MS 39096-7500
Content Manager:
Julia Odom
Phone: 601.877.4708

Fax: 601.877.6995
[email protected]