The University of South Alabama is a public research university in Mobile, Alabama. It was created by the Alabama Legislature in May, 1963, and replaced existing extension programs operated in Mobile by the University of Alabama. USA is divided into ten colleges and schools that include one of Alabama's two state-supported medical schools. In the fall semester of 2018, South Alabama had an enrollment of 15,093 students. By the spring of 2019, the university had awarded over 90,000 degrees. It is classified among "R2: Doctoral Universities – High research activity".
USA has an annual payroll of more than $400 million, with over 6,000 employees, and is the second largest employer in Mobile. The university claims to have an annual economic impact of US$3 billion.
Highest paying job titles at University of South Alabama include Anesthesiologist, Pediatrician, and Faculty