photograph of three students wearing backpacks and walking across the Quad on a clear, sunny day

Summer 2023 Degree Candidates Announced

About 1,300 degrees will be awarded during summer 2023 commencement at Coleman Coliseum.

The Tutwiler Energy Plant on the top floor of the Tutwiler Hall parking deck

Building Bama: Tutwiler Energy Plant

These tubes provide chilled water for cooling buildings in a more efficient and sustainable manner. 

Snapshot: Save A Life with SALT

Snapshot: Save A Life with SALT

SALT is a free, two-hour class, covering high quality CPR, Stop the Bleed and other lifesaving skills.

four groundskeepers with sunscreen dispensers

Snapshot: Pass the Sunscreen, Please

Employees in grounds and building maintenance now have easy access to free sun protection.

A woman with short hair wearing a long sleeve black top smiles at the camera.

Everyday Champions: Shannon Roulaine, Honors College

Despite being the sole financial staff member in Honors College, Roulaine is quick to credit others.

Construction signs frame the an antebellum-style building

UA Plans University Club Renovations and Re-Opening

As a working laboratory, the renewed University Club will support the University’s mission and the community.

The trolley tracks intact under a layer of pavement on University Boulevard

Trolley Tracks Unearthed on University Boulevard

During a recent UA construction project, old trolley tracks were unearthed along University Boulevard near Gallalee Hall.  

A wide angle view of a graduation ceremony, with students sitting waiting to be awarded degrees.

Summer 2023 Commencement Date Announced

The University of Alabama will hold a summer commencement ceremony Saturday, Aug. 5, at Coleman Coliseum.

a young woman shakes Dr. Bell's hand on the commencemennt stage

Spring 2023 Commencement Weekend in Photos

It was a joyous weekend on campus as more than 5,000 students earned their degrees.

Quadruplets Graduate from UA in the Same Weekend

Quadruplets Graduate from UA in the Same Weekend

The siblings, who hail from Blue Bell, a suburb of Philadelphia, were all attracted to the University for different reasons.