Campus Resources

Residents of campus housing have access to many resources, including various services and facilities located in and near our residence halls. These include access to:

Resnet - Our campus-wide T1 internet connection.

Computer Labs - Computer labs with various programs are located around campus.

Telecom - Basic telephone service will be ready to use when you move in. The basic charge is included in the rate for the room and includes a touch tone line, Voice mail, Caller ID, Call Waiting and Last Number Re-dial.

Bama Dining locations - Various types of restaurants located on campus that accept Dining Dollars.

RHA - Residence Hall Association.

On-Campus Cable Television - Various channels transmitted through residence halls, including Reslife Cinema and The Crimson Signal.

The Community Service Center - The Center connects University students, faculty, and staff to opportunities for rewarding volunteer service.

Student Well-Being - University resources for health and safety of students, faculty and staff.

Women's Resource Center - Health services, resource programs, and support services geared toward the needs of college females.

University Recreation - Fitness programs, exercise facilities, intramural sports, and various activities offered exclusively to students.

Laundry Facilities - Coin or Bama Cash operated laundry rooms located in all of the residence halls.

Automatic Tellers - ATM's are located in the Ferguson Center and Tutwiler lobby.

For tutorial services in math, reading, writing, and other subjects, visit the Center for Teaching and Learning, located in 124 Osband Hall (348-5175). The Writing Center, 125 Morgan Hall (348-5049), offers free individual sessions in writing. Both of these services are available each week day and some evenings to accommodate students' schedules. The Writing Center closes during exam week and is closed in the summer.

The Student Support Services program offers free counseling and/or tutorial services to physically handicapped and learning disabled students, students who receive financial aid, and students who are first generation college attendees. The program is voluntary for qualified students. They are located in 225 Osband Hall, and can be reached at 348-7087 for further information.

ULifeline is an anonymous, confidential, online resource center, where college students can be comfortable searching for the information they need and want regarding mental health and suicide prevention. ULifeline is available where college students seek information the most - at their fingertips on the Internet. For more infomation, please visithttp://www.ulifeline.org/schools/ua.

A resource for questions about health related issues is http://www.goaskalice.columbia.edu.

See The University of Alabama site for more opportunities and services available on campus.