Many of the services UA students rely on have moved online and remain available. We continue to provide the resources to support the holistic needs of our campus community — from academic progress to career planning to mental and physical health and beyond.
Capstone Center for Student Success
The Capstone Center for Student Success is offering online support, including free tutoring, academic coaching and skills sessions through Zoom. In addition, the entire First Year Experience is online. The center also offers tips for success for being an online student. The center is offering limited in-person services. Students can reserve study rooms or computer access, and the center is working with particular programs to provide cohort-based classroom tutoring, face-to-face tutoring and coaching as needed by appointment. More information can be found on the Capstone Center for Student Success website.
The Career Center is offering its services virtually. Students can still schedule an appointment, held via phone or Zoom, with a career consultant on Handshake or by calling 205-348-5848. More information can be found at the Career Center website.
Collegiate Recovery and Intervention Services
The Collegiate Recovery Community is committed to providing a community of support during these uncertain times. All meetings are being held virtually at this time. More information about virtual community groups can be found on the CRC website.
The Counseling Center is offering a number of changes to its services to provide support virtually anywhere. Counselors are reaching out to existing clients to discuss options for continued counseling, including teletherapy and referrals. For students in crisis or experiencing an emergency, call 205-348-3863 on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., to speak with a counselor immediately. For students experiencing urgent/crisis situations after hours, please contact UAPD at 205-348-5454 and ask to speak with the on-call counselor. For those new to the counseling center who are interested in services, call to discuss options with a therapist. More information about current services can be found on the Counseling Center website.
Office of Disability Services
Students continue to receive accommodations as classes move to remote instruction. More information can be found on the Office of Disability Services website.
Student Government Association
The SGA has changed its office hours to appointment only for student support. Appointments will be held virtually, though need-based in-person appointments can be made. More information can be found at SGA website.
Student Health Center and Pharmacy
The Student Health Center and Pharmacy remains open to serve UA students during this time, on site or virtually. Visit healthinfo.ua.edu for up-to-date information on current operations. Call 205-348-0386 to setup a virtual general health care visit. SHCP also provides virtual psychiatry visits. Pharmacy services remain the same, with an additional curbside delivery with a call-in request to 205-348-6276. Immunizations are being provided as well as allergy injections. More information can be found at the Student Health Center website.
Office of Information Technology
The Office of Information Technology has a number of resources available for students to help facilitate remote learning. More information can be found on the Office of Information Technology website.
University Libraries welcomes students in person, however, they are currently requiring that space be reserved in Bruno, Gorgas, McLure and Rodgers libraries to promote equitable access to resources. A video tutorial on how to use the reservation system can be found here. They provide a Grab-N-Go service for patrons who would prefer to order physical books from their collection online and pick them up at the circulation desk in Gorgas Library, or have it delivered to outside of Gorgas. UA Libraries still provides full access to its numerous resources online at all times daily. Librarians are available to chat or email through the Ask-a-Librarian service. More information can be found on the UA Libraries Covid19 Guide.
UREC has reopened with new rules, but is still offering workouts virtually through social media. More information can be found on their social media platforms: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram.
Women and Gender Resource Center
The Women and Gender Resource Center is offering tele-therapy services. These services are extended to current clients who have been seen in person, as well as new clients. In-person appointments are also available for safety and technology concerns. More information can be found on the WGRC website. WGRC is also continuing to offer resources via their social media platforms: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram.
The Writing Center, which offers writing support services to the campus community, is using asynchronous tutoring and other resources virtually. More information can be found on the Writing Center website.
UA Museums have reopened and are being supported with online content, though no longer through daily programming.
The SUPE Store continues to sell and ship supplies online. More information can be found on the SUPE Store website.
Campus News and Information
The campus community continues to be kept up-to-date on important news and information through the UA News Center, WVUA 23 and student media outlets including the Crimson White.