Academic Resources

A variety of support services and programs are offered by academic departments and schools.

This page is designed to help students quickly locate and connect to academic support resources, programs, and services available to University of Alabama students. Connect to the Writing Center, Engenuity Lab, Speaking Studio, Math Technology and Learning Center, University Libraries and History Peer Mentoring Program all in one place.

The  Capstone Center for Student Success provides:
  • Advising
  • Tutoring
  • Learning Resources
  • Support for first generation; foster care; homeless; and other priority support populations

The ENGenuity Lab is open to all students in the College of Engineering to cultivate relationships, explore opportunities, and collaborate with peers. Students will find:

  • Tutoring
  • Mentoring
  • Career Preparation

The Mathematics Technology & Learning Center offers:

  • Tutoring for all students enrolled in any of the introductory math courses (005-238).
  • Help on any homework or practice problem
  • Self-paced support and instant feedback on their progress

The Writing Center is a free service open to all University of Alabama students that offers:

  • Writing consultations by appointment (50 minutes)
  • Drop-in writing consultations (30 minutes)
  • Online appointments for distance students (Zoom or asynchronous/email-based)
  • Workshops and Events

The Speaking Studio is a campus wide resource designed to:

  • Help students, faculty, and community partners improve their public speaking, presentation, and oral communication skills
  • Help clients clarify and craft effective messages
  • Cultivate dynamic delivery, and calm public speaking anxiety

The Cube is a 3D production and printing lab.
The Cube is open to anyone on campus to test the bounds of additive manufacturing, or 3D printing. The Cube is operated by the College of Engineering, and its staff can assist in printing models personally designed for class, design groups, research, senior designs or personal use.

The University Libraries offer students access to more than three million print, electronic resources and materials. Located across the UA campus, the library system includes 10 separate libraries and offers a huge array of resources for academic study.

The History Peer Mentor Program are a group of students who made it through the history survey courses successfully and now want to share what they learned to help you excel in your classes.

The Career Center provides help with:

  • Determine or confirm academic majors
  • Identifying possible internships or job opportunities
  • Mock interviews, resume critiques and head shot photos

The  Office of the University Registrar provides:

  • Student Academic Records
  • Class Registration
  • Transfer Credit
  • Transcript Processing