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Student Resources

The University has a multitude of resources available to foster the success of its students. The following links identify some of the more frequently used resources, but additional resources may also be available.

Career Center

The Career Center provides career education programming, assessment, and counseling that lead students to explore, plan for, and manage their future careers. For More Information For more information, visit the…

Center for Academic Success

The Center for Academic Success (CAS) provides support designed to improve students’ academic performance. Students may obtain program information, use resources or talk with a staff member about services by…

Counseling Center

The Counseling Center seeks to assist students to achieve academic success and personal growth through quality brief counseling and psychological services, as well as outreach and consultative services. For More…

Crossroads Community Center

Crossroads Community Center provides leadership in cultural programming and intercultural education. For More Information For more information, visit the Crossroads Community Center.

Financial Aid

The Student Financial Aid Office (SFA) at the University of Alabama provides comprehensive information and services regarding opportunities to finance the cost of education at UA. SFA is responsible for…

Food Services

Bama Dining seeks to provide a balanced food service program that meets the nutritional, educational, and social needs of students and the university community. For More Information For more information,…

Housing and Residential Communities

Housing and Residential Communities supports students' development, learning, and engagement through intentionally designed environments, programs and services. For More Information For more information, visit Housing and Residential Communities.

Office of Disability Services

The Office of Disability Services (ODS), 133-B Martha Parham East (relocating to Houser Hall, August 2015), serves as The University’s central contact point for students with disabilities. The goal of…

Safe Zone

The Safe Zone program is committed to providing an environment in which every student and employee is free to thrive on an academic, professional, and personal level within a community…

Substance Abuse Treatment and Support

Through programs like the Collegiate Recovery Community and MPACT, the University of Alabama provides a structured approach to assisting students recovering from addiction. For More Information For more information, visit…

Student Identification/Action Card

All students at the University must possess a student identification card referred to as the Action Card. A government issued photo ID, such as a driver’s license, passport, or U.S.…

Student Health Center

The Student Health Center (SHC) is dedicated to meeting students’ health care needs and being their medical home away from home. The SHC is located at 750 5th Avenue East,…

Student Media

The official University-sponsored student media include: The Crimson White, a 4-day a week newspaper; WVUA 90.7 FM, a 24-hour radio station; Marr's Field Journal, an undergraduate literary journal; Black Warrior…

University Recreation

University Recreation has a number of policies and procedures regarding access and use of recreational facilities, including the Student Recreation Center,  Student Activity Center at Presidential Village, Aquatic Center, Fields…

Veterans Affairs

Through a variety of programs and services, the Office of Veteran and Military Affairs seeks to provide, facilitate, or coordinate programs and services to meet the special needs of veterans,…

Women and Gender Resource Center

The University of Alabama Women and Gender Resource Center fosters a community of social justice, safety, diversity, leadership, and education. For More Information For more information, visit the Women and…

For More Information

If you have questions or need assistance with a particular area, please contact the Office of the Dean of Students.