Spring Hill College

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Private Jesuit college located in Mobile, Alabama

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About Spring Hill College

According to Wikipedia, Spring Hill College is a private, Jesuit college in Mobile, Alabama. It was founded in 1830 by Michael Portier, Bishop of Mobile. Along with being the oldest college or university in the state of Alabama, it was the first Catholic college in the South, is the fifth-oldest Catholic college in the United States, and is the third-oldest member of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities.

Spring Hill College Admissions, Retention, and Graduation Information

Annual Applications Acceptance Graduation Rate Median SAT Score Median ACT Score
2,742 54% 57% 1112 22

How Much Does Spring Hill College Cost To Attend?

Tuition (in-state)
$21,100
Price by Family Income
Income Average Net Cost
0 - 30K $18,332
30K - 48K $21,052
48K - 75K $19,684
75K - 110K $24,147
110K+ $26,127

Source: National Center for Education Statistics

How Much Do Spring Hill College Graduates Make?

If you graduate from Spring Hill College, then you can expect to earn an average of $51,300 per year. You also have a 88% chance of being employed after 10 years.

Spring Hill College's Demographics

Demographic data is for full-time, on-campus students.

Student Body Under-Grads Graduates
1,267 1,199 68

Where is Spring Hill College?

Spring Hill College is located at 4000 Dauphin St, Mobile AL 36608-1791

What Is Spring Hill College Known For?

Spring Hill College is known for it's academic work in the following disciplines:

Spring Hill College's Top Areas of Influence With Degrees Offered

Who Are Spring Hill College's Most Influential Alumni?

Spring Hill College's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Nursing, Religious Studies, and Criminal Justice. Here are some of Spring Hill College's most famous alumni:

Paul Morphy
Paul Morphy
A First american chess champion, unofficial second world chess champion 1858-1860, an attorney, chess publicist.
Michael Kearney
An American child prodigy.
Nick Bollettieri
Nick Bollettieri
An American tennis coach.
Joseph A. Sellinger
An American Jesuit educator.
Sidney Phillips
An American physician.
Patrick J. Geary
An American historian.
Arnold L. Punaro
Arnold L. Punaro
A United States Marine Corps Major General.
Thomas P. Christie
Thomas P. Christie
An American defense analyst.
Mark Curran
An American sheriff.
Miller Reese Hutchison
Miller Reese Hutchison
An American electrical engineer and inventor.
William R. Stoeger
An American academic .
Carlos Trujillo
A Florida State Representative.