Contact Us

Our mailing address is as follows:

SON Office of Student Affairs
NB 1002
1720 2nd Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35294-1210

Phone: 205-975-7529
Fax: 205-934-5490

Questions about undergraduate programs: UAB Advisors at 205-934-6135.

If you plan to visit the UAB campus, our physical location is
1701 University Blvd.
Birmingham, Alabama 35294

Contact information for a specific person is available on our Faculty and Staff pages of this site.


 Mr. John Updegraff
Director of Student Affairs
(205) 975-3370

Mr. Peter Tofani
Assistant Dean for Student Affairs 
(205) 975-1964


Ms. Stephanie Hamberger
Director of Student Evaluations and Scholarships 
(205) 934-5483 

Ms. Charlene Bender
MSN Program Manager 
(205) 934-5491

Mr. Kevin Jerrolds
SON Registrar
(205) 934-7605

Ms. Annalee Hudson
Nurse Recruiter
(205) 975-3116

Ms. Jacqueline Lavier
AMNP, DNP, PhD Program Manager 
(205) 975-3115

Ms. Latasha Harris
SON Asst. Registrar 
(205) 934-6778 

Ms. Paula Henry
Nurse Educator
(205) 975-7529

Ms. Gail Holmes
BSN, RN-Mobility Program Manager
(205) 934-3534

Ms. Patricia Burgett
Program Administrator
(205) 975-4094

Ms. DeeDee Sulivan
Office Associate
(205) 975-7529

Ms. Stacey Smith
Nurse Anesthetist Program Administrator 
(205) 934-7412


Ms. Latonjuia Coach
Office Support Specialist



Ms. Mary Leopard
Office Associate
(205) 975-7529 


Why Choose UAB?

why choose uab

Among the top 5 percent of nursing schools, 13th nationally, 3 master's specialty tracks highly ranked, 
1 in the top 10, ranked BSN, PhD and DNP programs



Signature Programs

signature programs

Learn more about the VA Nursing Academic Partnership, VA National Quality Scholars, Veterans CAN! and many other Veteran-centered initiatives


PAHO/WHO Collaborating Center
More than 20 years of global nursing leadership. One of 10 in the U.S, one of 42 in the world


Transformational Research
Leading the transformation of health and health care through innovations in education, research and clinical care


Nurse-Managed Clinical Care
Four nurse-managed clinics, one primary care and three transititional, provide high-quality health care to vulnerable populations 


Primary Care Scholars
Graduate Nursing Education Primary Care Scholars are learning the tools necessary to provide primary care in Alabama's rural-designated counties


Paul Coverdell Peace Corps Fellows
Allows returned Peace Corps Volunteers to apply to either the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program as a second-degree student, or to the Accelerated Master's in Nursing Pathway (AMNP) program