Students at The University of Alabama can go anywhere in the nation. It’s easy to see why they choose to come here. At UA, you can choose the path that takes you to the pinnacle of success!
Experience the overall excellence of our academic programs. UA offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in 197 degree programs, with a student/faculty ratio that averages 23:1. Professional programs include law and rural medicine. At UA, you, too, can contribute to – and celebrate – the national recognition our academic programs receive.
UA's Hugh F. Culverhouse Jr. School of Law curriculum is traditional but includes offerings in emerging areas of the law.
Learn in state-of-the-art facilities and study with professors who are experts in their fields. Take advantage of internships and research opportunities on and off campus. Study abroad and participate in co-op opportunities offered by major companies across the United States. Earn an advanced degree. The choices and opportunities are limitless!
UA provides a wide variety of resources that help our students achieve their goals in the classroom. From the Career Center, to Disability Services, to the Writing Center, to the Finish in Four initiative, to Graduate Student Services, to the Mathematics Technology Learning Center, we make sure you have the support you need to be successful.
More than just a place to study, UA Libraries are widely recognized for their innovative, creative and practical services and quality reference materials. Choose from a number of major facilities that will help you conduct research and enhance your educational experience.
The University of Alabama emphasizes leading-edge technology that keeps the campus connected and provides computer- and Web-based classroom and distance education opportunities for students, faculty and staff. From telecommunications support to the integration of digital materials in the classroom, you’ll find the right technology to meet your needs across campus.
UA makes it easy to focus on the learning experiences that meet your specific needs. From the Academic Common Market, to international societies, to living-learning communities, to seminars for freshmen, to programs during the interim term, to ROTC, you’ll find a multitude of opportunities to engage with other students with similar interests.