Activities and Organizations

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The UAB Ambassador Program is the oldest and most prestigious student program on campus.
Camille Armstrong Memorial Scholarship Step Show
Interested in becoming a member of the Multicultural Scholars Program?
Special resources and services to better prepare you for options after graduation from UAB, including admission to graduate and first-professional schools or initial entrance into a competitive job market.
Melanie Mae Roberts was chosen as Miss UAB 2015.
Taking on a leadership role at UAB can help your advancement both inside and outside of the classroom.
One of the most rewarding things you can do with your "spare" time is serve others, whether on campus or off.
UAB continues to receive high rankings for diversity, but those ratings aren't just based on demographics. We're recognized for our constant work to encourage engagement across cultures.
Welcome (or welcome back) to UAB! Our list of Welcome Week events will help you dive head-first into campus life with a variety of activities and services from different UAB organizations.
Nurture your spiritual life as you prepare for your professional life.
The Safe Zone Program provides a visible network of volunteers for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and other students seeking information and assistance regarding sexual orientation.
Hundreds of student-grown groups for you to browse—French Club, Rugby Football Club, and B'ham Slackers (yes, that's their real name) are just a few.
Want to plan a concert, Homecoming or a festival on the Green? Come check out Student Activities and get involved with the behind the scenes plans of our major campus events.
Networking. Leadership. Service. Lifelong friendships. Secret handshakes. (We’re pretty sure about that last one.)
Get involved, get your byline (or your voice) out there, share your views, and make your mark on campus—and beyond campus—with UAB’s active and respected student media.
Students get in free to all UAB home games—which is awesome, because there are a lot of home games, and you’ll want to see them all.
Have you ever painted yourself green in preparation for a game? Have you ever wanted to? Of course you have. Now’s your chance. Or lose the paint and wear a band hat with one of those fuzzy things instead.
Experts recommend two hours of studying for every hour spent in class. Doctors recommend eight hours of sleep a night. That leaves 67 hours to sit around and get bored—or to get out and do something exciting and entertaining with UAB’s student activities and organizations.