Merinda Simmons

Office Hours provides an opportunity to introduce UA students, family and friends to the outstanding men and women who work at The University of Alabama and work tirelessly to provide each student with a great experience at the Capstone.

Keeping connected

Justin Washington, a Tuscaloosa native, grew up going to the Boys & Girls Club of West Alabama. The events and activities he was able to take part in when he was younger shaped much of who he is, he said. During his time at UA, Washington has worked hard to stay involved and give back the organization that gave him so much.

Catherine Roach

Office Hours provides an opportunity to introduce UA students, family, and friends to the outstanding men and women who work at The University of Alabama and work tirelessly to provide each student with a great experience at the Capstone.

Making Her Mark

For Hawaii native Rhiannon Hein, the opportunities provided by UA made the cross-country trip to attend college worth it.

Diving in

Coming to America to attend college was a no-brainer for Vietnamese international student Phuong Nguyen, a sophomore electrical engineering major who loves to try new things.

Meredith Bagley

Office Hours provides an opportunity to introduce UA students, family and friends to the outstanding men and women who work at The University of Alabama and work tirelessly to provide each student with a great experience at the Capstone.

Chasing greatness

It didn’t take long for Adapted Athletics coaches to recognize that Shelby Baron, a native of Honolulu, Hawaii, would be an asset to The University of Alabama wheelchair tennis team.

Susan Fant

Office Hours provides an opportunity to introduce UA students, family and friends to the outstanding men and women who work at The University of Alabama and work tirelessly to provide each student with a great experience at the Capstone.

Celebrating Culture

As Marissa Navarro explored the hundreds of organizations available at Get On Board Day, she was shocked to realize that something was missing: representation of the Hispanic and Latino community.