Resources › For Students and Parents Gulf South Conference, GSC Learn About the Ten Colleges in the NCAA Division II Gulf South Conference Share Flipboard Email Print For Students and Parents College Admissions College Profiles College Admissions Process College Rankings Choosing A College Application Tips Essay Samples & Tips Testing Graphs College Financial Aid Extracurricular Activities Advanced Placement Homework Help Private School Test Prep College Life Graduate School Business School Law School Distance Learning View More By Allen Grove College Admissions Expert Ph.D., English, University of Pennsylvania M.A., English, University of Pennsylvania B.S., Materials Science & Engineering and Literature, MIT Dr. Allen Grove is an Alfred University English professor and a college admissions expert with 20 years of experience helping students transition to college. our editorial process Facebook Facebook Twitter Twitter Allen Grove Updated January 14, 2018 The Gulf South Conference competes in the NCAA Division II and fields seven men's and seven women's sports. The members represent a range of institution types from public universities to private universities with religious affiliations. The conference has gone through significant changes in recent years, and in 2012 Union University and Shorter University will join the GSC. The conference headquarters are in Birmingham, Alabama. Learn More about Southeastern Colleges: Top Southeastern CollegesTop South Central CollegesTop Florida CollegesTop Georgia CollegesTop Alabama CollegesTop Tennessee Colleges Christian Brothers University Christian Brothers University. Nienaberm / Wikimedia Commons Christian Brothers University has an impressive 13 to 1 student / faculty ratio and an average class size of 14. The school is Catholic but open to all -- just 20% of students are Catholic. Location: Memphis, TennesseeSchool type: private Catholic universityEnrollment: 2,138 (1,684 undergraduates)Team: BuccaneersFor acceptance rate, test scores, costs and other information, see the Christian Brothers University profile. Delta State University Delta State University. Social_Stratification / Flickr Delta State students come from nearly every state and 23 countries. Education, business, health fields, natural sciences and social sciences are all popular among undergraduates. Along with varsity sports, the university has 25 intramural sports. Location: Cleveland, MississippiSchool type: public universityEnrollment: 3,584 (2,763 undergraduates)Team: Statesmen (unofficially, the Fighting Okra)For acceptance rate, test scores, costs and other information, see the Delta State University profile. Shorter University Shorter University Brady School of Nursing. Thomson200 / Flickr Shorter has a strong Christian, Bible-centered identity that all employees must uphold. Business and education are the most popular undergraduate fields, and student life includes a small fraternity and sorority system. Location: Rome, GeorgiaSchool type: private Baptist universityEnrollment: 1,507 (1,419 undergraduates)Team: HawksFor acceptance rate, test scores, costs and other information, see the Shorter University profile. Union University Union University Miller Tower. ask / Wikimedia Commons Union defines itself through four core values: being excellence-driven, Christ-centered, people-focused and future-directed. Nursing is the most popular undergraduate major. Location: Jackson, TennesseeSchool type: private Baptist universityEnrollment: 3,466 (2,286 undergraduate)Team: BulldogsFor acceptance rate, test scores, costs and other information, see the Union University profile. University of Alabama in Huntsville University of Alabama in Huntsville Shelby Center for Science and Technology. Anivron / Wikimedia Commons UAH has many strong research initiatives and has partnerships with NASA, the U.S. Army, Pratt & Whitney, and other organizations. Business, engineering, and nursing are most popular among undergraduates. Location: Huntsville, AlabamaSchool type: public universityEnrollment: 8,468 (6,507 undergraduate)Team: ChargersFor acceptance rate, test scores, costs and other information, see the UAH profile. University of North Alabama University of North Alabama Fountain. KE4SFQ The UNA Lions live up to their name -- two African lions live on campus. Business, education, and nursing are all popular programs, and high achieving students should check out the Honors Program. Location: Florence, AlabamaSchool type: public universityEnrollment: 7,333 (6,254 undergraduate)Team: LionsFor acceptance rate, test scores, costs and other information, see the University of North Alabama profile. University of West Alabama University of West Alabama - Luie the Tiger. UWAFanatic05 / Wikimedia Commons UWA has developed its online offerings in recent years, especially at the master's level. Among undergrads, business and education are the most popular. Student life includes a fraternity and sorority system. Location: Livingston, AlabamaSchool type: public universityEnrollment: 3,986 (1,978 undergraduate)Team: TigersFor acceptance rate, test scores, costs and other information, see the University of West Alabama profile. University of West Florida The University of West Florida - Dorr House. Ebyabe / Wikimedia Commons UWF has a large 1,600-acre campus with a lots trails, trees, and water. Students come from 48 states and 90 countries, and the university takes pride in the diversity of the student body. Location: Pensacola, FloridaSchool type: public universityEnrollment: 12,966 (10,078 undergraduate)Team: ArgonautsFor acceptance rate, test scores, costs and other information, see the University of West Florida profile. University of West Georgia Adamson Square in Downtown Carrollton. abbydonkrafts / Flickr Like many of the Gulf South Conference schools, UWG has popular pre-professional fields in nursing, education, and business. Student life is active and includes a sizable fraternity and sorority system. Location: Carrollton, GeorgiaSchool type: public universityEnrollment: 13,308 (11,155 undergraduate)Team: WolvesFor acceptance rate, test scores, costs and other information, see the University of West Georgia profile. Valdosta State University Valdosta State University. Ezra S F / Flickr Valdosta's campus features some beautiful Georgian and Spanish Mission style architecture. The diverse student body comes from 46 states and 60 countries, although the majority are from Georgia. Location: Valdosta, GeorgiaSchool type: public universityEnrollment: 11,375 (8,780 undergraduate)Team: BlazersFor acceptance rate, test scores, costs and other information, see the Valdosta State University profile.