The University of Alabama offers a plethora of resources and services for students, but it can sometimes be difficult to know where to start! Below, we’ve provided a categorized list of some commonly utilized resources among our students.
The University of Alabama seeks to provide an accessible and inclusive experience for individuals with disabilities. Campus accessibility resources include wayfinding, parking and transportation, housing and dining accommodations, technology accessibility, assistance animals, and athletic event accessibility.
ODS has curated a list of assistive technologies and apps which have been helpful to students for reading, writing, note-taking, studying, and staying organized. These technologies are mostly low cost or free, and several are provided free of charge by the university.
The university offers a variety of academic support services to assist students, including academic skills workshops, tutoring, writing support, and research assistance.
Taking care of your health and wellbeing is just as important as your academic performance! The university offers a student health center and pharmacy, counseling center, and recreation center. Specialized services and programs are also available through the Women and Gender Resource Center, Collegiate Recovery, and Student Care and Wellbeing.
Additional resources include student organizations, the Career Center, veterans services, UA’s adapted athletics teams, and more!
Additional assistance is available off-campus through the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services, scholarship search engines, and more.