The residence halls have closed and access has been turned off, except for students with exceptional circumstances who received prior permission to remain on campus. Student may not return to campus to collect their belongings at this time. Housing and Residential Communities is closely monitoring the changing COVID-19 situation and will provide updates regarding move out as soon as we can. We will post all HRC updates to housing.sa.ua.edu/covid-19-housing-updates/
. Students should watch their Crimson email for updates.
The University of Alabama is closely monitoring the global coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. We have created a prospective student help page with information on several topics. To play our part in social distancing and other preventive health strategies, we regret that on-campus events are cancelled at this time.
- At this time visits to campus are not allowed. Virtual tours, phone calls, and other alternative means will be available.
- The remaining Admitted Tide Days must be postponed. As circumstances allow, we will look to reschedule those and offer virtual ways to explore campus, connect with your recruiter, and assist you in fully understanding why Alabama will be your #1 choice.
- Bama Bound Orientation is still scheduled. We are monitoring the current situation and may decide to hold an online orientation instead of our on-campus program.
For all University wide updates, check healthinfo.ua.edu
Living on campus is the key to a great start at The University of Alabama. Residential living puts you at the heart of campus life, where you will interact with a diverse community of people.
With up to 8,400 residents on campus in 34 residence halls, we are dedicated to propelling residents to a successful transition to life on campus with the aid of our 236 resident advisors as well as our 19 graduate community directors.
It is our mission to support students’ development, learning, and engagement through intentionally designed environments, programs, and services.