The University of Alabama and the Division of Student Life are committed to creating and sustaining a diverse, inclusive, and welcoming campus community in which every student can thrive.

The resources below are available to students to address a range of issues or concerns that may interfere with students’ well-being and achievement.

In the event of an emergency, or to reach an on-call dean or on-call advocate outside of working hours, please call UAPD at 205-348-5454.

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Capstone International Center

Capstone International is responsible for internationalization efforts at UA.

135 B.B. Comer
205-348-5256

Crossroads Community Center

Crossroads provides leadership in cultural programming and intercultural education.

3617 Ferguson Center
205-348-6930

Intercultural Diversity Center

The Intercultural Diversity Center will be available to students, faculty, and staff to increase cultural awareness and provide resources for increasing inclusion and collaboration on the UA campus.

Riverside Annex, First Floor

Safe Zone

The UA Safe Zone Program provides a visible network of allies for lesbians, gays, bixsexual, trans, queer, and asexual individuals.

205-348-7297

Women and Gender Resource Center

The Women and Gender Resource Center addresses gender inequity and fosters a community of multiculturalism, social justice, safety, and leadership through gender-related outreach, advocacy, and support to communities of all identities.

South Lawn Office Building, Suite 2000
205-348-5040

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Counseling Center

The Counseling Center helps students achieve academic success and personal growth through quality counseling and psychological services, outreach, and consultative services, and the training of mental health professionals.

South Lawn Office Building, Suite 3000
205-348-3863

Student Health Center

The Student Health Center supports students’ academic development by providing efficient access to quality healthcare services in a caring manner.

205-348-6262

Women and Gender Resource Center

The Women and Gender Resource Center addresses gender inequity and fosters a community of multiculturalism, social justice, safety, and leadership through gender-related outreach, advocacy, and support to communities of all identities.

South Lawn Office Building, Suite 2000
205-348-5040

Veteran and Military Affairs

Veteran and Military Affairs serves veterans, service members, dependents, and survivors, and supports the transition from military to college life.

3000 Houser Hall
205-348-0983

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Office of Disability Services

The Office of Disability Services provides academic accommodation to students who submit documentation of their disability.

1000 Houser Hall
205-348-4285 (Voice), 205-348-3081 (TTY)

Office of Equal Opportunity Programs


The Office of Equal Opportunity Programs supports the University’s efforts to foster a diverse student body and workforce.

171 Rose Administration
205-348-5855

Title IX

The Office of the Title IX Coordinator works with University departments, students, faculty, staff, campus police, and other support services to ensure that University policies and programs foster a campus community free of illegal gender discrimination and sexual violence.

230 Ferguson Center
205-348-5496