Southern - Education


  • Southern University System, a historically African American public university system in the U.S. state of Louisiana
    • Southern University (formal name Southern University and A&M College), the main campus of the system, located in Baton Rouge. When referring to a school in this system, "Southern" by itself generally refers to this particular campus.
    • Southern University at New Orleans
    • Southern University at Shreveport
    • Southern University Law Center, the system's law school, also in Baton Rouge
  • Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, Tennessee, United States
  • Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
  • Southern High School (disambiguation), various schools

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