Campus Impact

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Safety Enhancements, Partnerships See Results

Safety enhancements and partnerships have led to positive results on the Strip.

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Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow: UA’s Women Students

Have UA women changed through the decades? You decide.

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How to Ace Your Next Research Paper

Here’s your guide to using campus resources to make your next assignment a success.

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3 UA Students Awarded Brooke Owens Fellowships

Three UA students were among 47 from around the nation selected for the prestigious Brooke Owens Fellowship.

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Enrollment Process Open for Capstone Learning Academy

UA employees and students can begin enrolling their children in the Capstone Learning Academy.

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A Tribute to Dr. Lena Prewitt

Dr. Lena (Burrell) Prewitt, an educator dedicated to advancing knowledge, truth and equality and The University of Alabama’s first Black female professor, died Feb. 14 at the age of 92. 

Wow, Look at the Time!

Wow, Look at the Time!

Daylight Saving Time is here, and that means clocks across UA’s campus get a little extra attention.

The President's Mansion as seen from the Quad with Denny Chimes in the foreground.

Spring Break 2024: Campus Hours  

Find out what’s open on campus during spring break.

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5 Things to Know About the Career Center

Learn where to refer your students for free career help on campus.

Four students stand on stage during an announcement of The Rising Tide 2.0 capital campaign.

Raising the Bar: UA Increases Capital Campaign Goal to $1.8 Billion

UA is now embarking on The Rising Tide 2.0, aiming for an unprecedented $1.8 billion.