Academic Impressions, in partnership with The University of Alabama, provides all faculty, staff and students at The University of Alabama with membership access to a host of training resources. Topic areas range from skills-based trainings for professionals in all areas of higher ed to leadership trainings on topics such as supervision, personal effectiveness and diversity, equity and inclusion, and more.
The Capstone Center for Student Success provides tutoring, advising, academic coaching, specialized support programs, international partnerships and other services to support holistic student success. All services provided by the CCSS are free for currently registered UA students. Learn more or contact CCSS.
The Capstone International Center — comprised of Education Abroad, the English Language Institute, and International Student and Scholar Services — coordinates the University’s international endeavors, facilitates the development of a global perspective campus-wide, and supports students, faculty and staff in learning, teaching, research, service and global outreach. Learn more.
The Center for Instructional Technology, or CIT, offers information, tutorials, workshops and other support for teaching technologies including Blackboard, Class Collaborate, Flip, Hypothesis, Panopto, Simple Syllabus, Turnitin, Zoom and others. They also provide resources for ensuring your teaching materials are accessible for all users. Contact CIT.
The Department of Human Resources offers faculty and staff information about benefits, wellness and work-life, employee training, staff recruitment, payroll, medical and parental leave and other work-related resources.
The Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion provides leadership for the University to build on its core principles of inclusiveness in learning environments, programs, workforce and strategic partnerships. It provides resources for faculty, staff and students, hosts regular events and offers incident reporting. The division operates the Intercultural Diversity Center, or IDC, and the Safe Zone Resource Center.
The Intercultural Diversity Center, or IDC, offers multicultural programming throughout the year and serves a resource and gathering place for students, faculty and staff. The IDC — which is open daily — hosts exhibits, viewing parties, workshops and other learning opportunities as well as space for students to study and socialize. The Center, located in 2100 Student Center near the Quad entrance, is a place for cultural learning, cultural teaching and cultural sharing.
The Office of Educational Technology, or eTech, provides technology services and support to faculty and staff in the College of Arts and Sciences, including computer lab and multimedia room reservations, digital signage, office computer equipment, photography, swipe-card access and web development.
The Office of Information Technology, or OIT, offers technical support for information technology, including campus Wi-Fi, audiovisual support, email, hosting services, reporting tools, research computing and software downloads such as Office 365, Adobe Creative Cloud and Box cloud services. Contact OIT.
The Office of Student Care and Well-Being provides assistance and case management for students in crisis, as well as outreach to parents and families. The staff coordinate a range of services to assist students with issues and concerns that may interfere with their academic success, including food assistance, financial assistance and technology assistance. Teachers concerned about a student’s welfare, behavior or safety can submit a report of concern. Emergency situations, or situations where there is an imminent risk of harm to anyone, should be immediately reported to The University of Alabama Police Department (UAPD) by calling 911 or 8-5454 from any UA phone or 205-348-5454 from a non-UA phone.
The Psychology Clinic is a mental health center and training clinic for doctoral-level psychology trainees. The clinic provides confidential and individualized psychological services to people of all ages from UA, Tuscaloosa and the surrounding communities.
The Safe Zone Resource Center provides educational outreach, community support and crisis intervention resources for LGBTQIA+ members of the UA community and their allies. Safe Zone connects people to inclusive resources; provides training on LGBTQIA+ topics for UA students, faculty and staff; facilitates LGBTQIA+ community building programs on campus; and works to advocate LGBTQIA+ interests at UA. The Center, located in 2419 Student Center, operates 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and is closed on weekends.
UAct is a site where employees, students and campus visitors can report harassment, sexual misconduct, hazing, abuse, threatening or alarming behavior, or other incidents. The site also offers information about protections, policies and intervention training. Emergency situations, or situations where there is an imminent risk of harm to anyone, should be immediately reported to the University of Alabama Police Department (UAPD) by calling 911 or 8-5454 from any UA phone or 205-348-5454 from a non-UA phone.
UA LMS is Human Resources’ hub for instructor-led training, as well as providing access to over 9,000 LinkedIn Learning resources.
University Libraries provide on-site and online research and learning materials, databases, research guides and research support. UA Libraries also provides computers, software and equipment, as well as spaces for group and individual study.
The Women and Gender Resource Center provides free, confidential and voluntary counseling and advocacy services to members of The University of Alabama community and beyond who are victims/survivors of interpersonal violence. In addition to counseling, support groups and advocacy, the center offers a variety of programming designed to promote social justice and address gender disparities in academia, government and the workforce. Contact the Women and Gender Resource Center.
The Writing Center is a free service open to all UA students. Its tutors offer feedback on all types of writing at all stages of the writing process. Writing tutors are available for in-person and online consultations, as well as promotional visits and workshops. Their writing resources page provides many helpful links.