As the fall semester continues, the testing plan at The University of Alabama is helping keep campus open and students, faculty and staff safe.
A new mural of the Cahaba River Wildlife Refuge in the Ferguson Center showcases one of the state’s most biodiverse and beautiful natural settings.
University storm shelters and Best Available Refuge Areas will open for students, faculty and staff if a tornado watch or warning is issued for the campus area.
Two groups comprised of representatives from various professional backgrounds and roles on campus are advising President Bell on UA’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Starting on Aug. 30, students, faculty and staff will be required to make a reservation to use all University of Alabama Libraries due to the coronavirus.
Students who are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or might have been expose to the virus can be tested at Coleman Coliseum.