The goal of the National Alumni Association (NAA) is to promote the interests of Alabama State University, to establish mutually beneficial relations between the University and its Alumni, and to assist in the advancement of educational opportunities for the University. The purpose of the NAA shall be charitable and non-profit.
Welcome to the website of the National Alumni Association, Inc, Alabama State University (NAA). As president of the NAA, and on behalf of our membership, I thank you for your continued involvement in the Association.
One of my goals is to continuously increase the NAA membership to better provide support to the university in the form of student recruitment and financial assistance. An active and involved NAA shows other ASU potential supporters that an investment in the university is a venture worth taking. I invite all alumni, friends, and supporters of the ASU family to become part of the NAA.
I hope that you find our website user-friendly and informative. Our goal is to keep the website up-to-date with current information to keep the NAA family involved and informed. Through this communication tool, hopefully you will gain a renewed interest in reconnecting with that Ole Bama State Spirit.
In the Hornets' Spirit,
Class of 1980
On September 7, 2019 ASU and Tuskegee will square off at Hornet Stadium in the Third Annual Marion Nine Labor Day Classic. The series is tied at one-game each with ASU winning in a come-from-behind 26-20 victory in the 2018 game. For additional information, visit the university website in the coming months. Click "Read More" to view/download/print the entire 2018 football schedule, as well as view ticket information.
A "big Hornet NAA thank you" to alumni chapters, individual alumni donations, and friends/supporters in answering the call in donating to the NAA fundraising drive to assist the Mighty Marching Hornets (MMH) trip to the Rose Bowl Parade in January 2019. The generous donations enabled the NAA to present a $20,000 check during the 2018 TDC/Marion Nine Invitation football game. The MMH were the lead band in the Tournament of Roses Parade viewed nationally on multiple major television networks.
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Seven year NFL veteran and member of the 2003 Super Bowl Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
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Co-founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and was a major civil rights figure, serving as close adviser to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and later assuming SCLC presidency.