Page last updated: 4/28/20  at 1:37 p.m. CDT

This page contains information about events on campus. Please refer to it often as information may change.

  • All Youth Program camps and activities scheduled to begin before July 31 have been canceled.
  • The SEC has canceled all youth sports camps and coaches’ clinics scheduled for this summer.
  • The American Legion Alabama Boys State Commission has postponed the 2020 American Legion Alabama Boys State to 2021.
  • The College of Engineering’s 2020 SITE (Student Introduction to Engineering) Program has been canceled.
  • The Alabama Scholastic Press Association has canceled The Long Weekend multimedia camp for 2020.
  • University Bands has canceled the Crimson Music Camp for 2020.
  • On-campus Spring Commencement will not be held as scheduled, and families should not plan on traveling to campus for that event. Spring graduates are invited to participate in Commencement ceremonies on July 31 and Aug. 1. Visit the Commencement FAQ page and the UA Commencement website for more information.
  • All University Recreation facilities will close March 17 and will remain closed until further notice.
  • For prospective students: In-person campus visits are not being held. Virtual tours, phone calls, and other alternative means are available.
  • 2020 Bama Bound orientation sessions will be held online.
  • The SEC has canceled all remaining athletic competitions for the 2019-20 athletic year, including the Golden Flake A-Day game. For information on other athletic events, visit  RollTide.com.
  • Bryant Conference Center, Bryant Museum and the UA Gadsden Center are closed. This includes programs, events and activities within Conference Services, Corporate Engagement (Bama at Work) and Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. Some events may continue online via Zoom or other means.
  • RISE Center is currently providing early childhood education services and special education services to children via the RISE at Home distance learning program. Families with children with special needs are being supported and receive physical therapy, occupational therapy, music therapy, and speech and language therapy through various forms of technology. RISE Center will reopen when it is determined it is safe to serve both traditional learners and children with special needs in our inclusive learning environment.
  • The Children’s Program is making plans to welcome children and families back in the summer. In the meantime, the teaching staff is supporting parents remotely with resources for developmentally appropriate activities they can implement at home. The children are enjoying “virtual visits” with their teachers and classmates.

Event Appeal Process Guidelines

Effective immediately, the UA System has canceled all non-essential University meetings, gatherings and events.

Based on the guidance provided by the UA System, an online event appeal process was developed. Prior to determining if an event should be allowed to be held the following things will be considered:

    1. Can it be postponed or canceled?
    2. Why should the event be considered essential?
    3. How big will the event be?
    4. Are visitors attending from areas of particular or elevated concern?
    5. If the event does go forward, what additional planning is needed?
    6. Has the dean of the academic unit or vice president of the division hosting the event provided approval in light of the guidance?

Once the form is completed, a committee will review applications and make recommendations to Chad Tindol, Chief Administrative Officer, who will decide if the event can be held as originally planned.

The event approval committee members are:

Janie Jenkins, Director- University Ceremonies and Events
LeNá McDonald, Project Coordinator-President’s Office
Robby Plumb, Jr., Assistant Director- Risk Management

Click here for the Event Appeal form.