Clinton Foundation logoThe annual CGI U event is designed to engage the next generation of leaders on college campuses. Last year, seven UAB students were selected to attend.
UAB Football helmetJoin the Inferno, download the UAB Fanatics app, and catch a free shuttle to UAB home games at Legion Field. The Blazers face off against Alabama A&M on Saturday, September 13 at 2:30 p.m.
New Blaze statueA new statue of UAB’s beloved mascot was recently installed in front of Bartow Arena, quickly catching students’ attention.
goin-green-orientation-sign-iconOrientation Leaders play a vital role in helping new students make a smooth transition to life at UAB.
outstretched-hand-iconUAB students and alumni can benefit from having an exclusive audience with at least 50 potential employers at the Part-Time Job Fair August 28 in the Campus Recreation Center.
canvas-iconBlackboard access is no longer available for students. You will now find class information such as assignments and grades for each of your courses in Canvas.
Got a Question? Ask Me!Look for tents stationed around campus during the first two days of classes where UAB staff and student leaders will be on hand to assist students who need help finding their way.
Detour signDepending on where you're starting from, you may need to detour when heading to places like Lister Hill Library or the new Student Health & Wellness Center. We've got directions.
Shopping cartThe shuttle will run each Sunday, taking students from campus to Walmart on Lakeshore Blvd. and Target near Brookwood Mall.
Blazer Fun RunRunners and walkers participating in the 4th annual wellness event will wind their way around campus and through Railroad Park on a 2-mile loop Saturday, September 20.
Career Fair Plus app iconIn order to make career fairs more manageable for students, UAB Career & Professional Development has unveiled the UAB Career Fair Plus app.
Be Seen in GreenThe shirts are priced $10, and a portion of proceeds will help support student-athlete scholarships. Check out this year's new design!
125-blazer-hallUAB will unveil several new offerings to students in and around residence halls this fall, including advanced Internet networks and comprehensive Wi-Fi connectivity throughout all residence halls.
qep-marketing-iconMarketing majors John Reichle, Jaala Shelwood, and Rami Elsharif are creating a promotional campaign for the new QEP. But what is a QEP? And how does it effect you?
Magic Eight Ball: "Signs Suggest Yes"Before the Fall Semester begins, incoming freshmen should read the book "Decisive." Topics from the book will carry over into coursework for some classes.
Lifting weights at the Rec CenterEach day in July, participants are tasked with sharing a photo with a specific theme (usually related to health and fitness), using the hashtag #JulyPhotoChallenge.
UAB Concer Choir Conductor Brian KittredgeThe Concert Choir will perform Thursday, July 3 at 7 p.m. at the Alys Stephens Center before setting off on a European tour for the Interkultur Eighth World Choir Games.
Leatherback turtleDr. Thane Wibbels, professor of reproductive biology, will speak to students at the July 24 Expo which showcases research produced by UAB undergraduates.
ZeBi has changed its name to ZimeZeBi, located in the Business and Engineering Complex, has changed its name to Zime, but the menu remains the same.
Shannon BlantonShannon Blanton, Ph.D., the inaugural dean for UAB's Honors College, envisions the program “as being among the best in the country.”