Jack and Hannah posing in their graduation regalia in front of Bryant Denny Stadium

Love at First SITE

Hannah and Jack Houser’s relationship started with love at first SITE, as in the Student Introduction to Engineering summer camp.

The script A of The University of Alabama is on top of a mortar board at graduation.

UA Education Proves to be Solid Investment

Investing in a UA education yields better long-term annual rates of return than most stocks, stock indexes and bonds.

Undergraduate Research on the Rise

Undergraduate Research on the Rise

UA is an incubator for research, with many opportunities for students to work with faculty members.

The exterior of B B Comer Hall

3 UA Students Earn Boren Scholarships for Foreign Study

Three UA students will study languages in world regions critical to U.S. interests and underrepresented in study abroad.

An overhead shot of URCA attendees walking around the Bryant Conference Center.

45 Students Honored for Research Presentations

The annual event highlights the research undergraduate students are working on throughout the year.

Don’t Leave T-Town Without Doing These 5 Things

Don’t Leave T-Town Without Doing These 5 Things

Before you cross that graduation stage, make sure you do these five things.

Three students modeling apparel at the Tee Time Fashion Show

Fashion Design Students’ Creativity Shines in Tee Time Fashion Show

Fashion design students created garments from sustainable materials for the annual fashion show.

Thank-you notes Senior Instructor Susan Daria has received over the years.

The Term is Almost Over. Thank Those Who Helped You Get Here

Thank-you notes to professors are a meaningful way to show appreciation.

Four male and one female student pose for a picture.

Students Win with BIG Ideas

BIG Ideas is an entry-level program that encourages students who have limited or no competition experience to develop their ideas.

Capstone Men and Women group stands in front of Denny Chimes.

Capstone Men and Women 2024-2025 Members Selected

Capstone Men and Women gave 3,414 tours last year and worked a total of 9,922 hours.