Section 16-54-11

Who may be admitted.

Any person residing in Alabama, of good character, good health and of sufficient physical and mental development to support the assumption of success in his or her course of study, to be judged by the president or a designee, who shall comply with all the requirements prescribed by the trustees, may be admitted into the university and, upon completing the course of study prescribed at the time of his or her admission, to the satisfaction of the faculty, shall receive the certificate, diploma or degree he or she may have earned. Whenever the accommodations of the university are sufficient to admit more students than apply and are accepted from Alabama, then students from other states or countries may be received and instructed in the university upon such terms and conditions as may be imposed by the president or trustees.

(School Code 1927, §510; Code 1940, T. 52, §466; Acts 1956, 1st Ex. Sess., No. 28, p. 52, §2; Acts 1979, No. 79-225, p. 342, §1.)