Selma University

    Selma University, a four-year HBCU, was founded by the Baptist
    Theological School in 1878 and has offered religion education as its primary
    focus ever since. Like many black colleges and African American universities,
    Selma University seeks to create spiritual leaders in the African American
    community. Selma University has the unique distinction of
    being one of the few Historical Black Colleges & Universities to offer
    degrees in religion and bible theology.