Winter Weather AlertUAB classes and normal campus operations will be suspended until 10 a.m. Monday, January 6 due to the risk of severe weather and dangerous travel conditions. The Commons and Rec Center will be open.
Blazer Express busUAB's new campus bus service offers free transportation for students, employees, and authorized visitors along six routes. Just show your ONE Card to ride.
Hidden password entryUAB will implement a new password standard effective January 1, 2014 for all active Blazer ID users.
No Parking signThe UAB parking lot on 9th Avenue South between 16th and 17th Streets is no longer available as of December 15.
Caduceus medical symbolUniversity officials across the nation are paying close attention to recently reported outbreaks of meningitis at both Princeton and UC Santa Barbara.
one-stop-logoOne Stop Student Services and the Information Center & Ticket Office will be open from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. December 23, 24, and 26 and from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. December 27. Both offices will be closed Christmas Day and New Year's Day.
PancakesTake a break from studying for finals to enjoy a free late-night breakfast Friday, December 6 at the Commons on the Green.
Winter Leadership RetreatOnly a few spots remain for UAB's annual Winter Leadership Retreat, scheduled for January 31-February 2 at the Springville Camp and Conference Center.
Canvas logoThe intuitive new Canvas system is expected to connect faculty and students better than before. Students will be able to submit assignments and receive automatic alerts from mobile devices to get the most out of classes.
uab-unc-logoThe UAB men's basketball team takes on the No. 12-ranked Tar Heels on December 1 in Bartow Arena. It'll be a packed crowd as all available free student tickets were snatched up in less than four hours.
Magician Ken ScottUAB's Campus Recreation Center will host its first Fall Family Fest on November 8 featuring animals, magic, science, and some tasty treats.
Hands clasped in front of a tattered cardboard signUAB's Leadership and Service Council has several events planned November 11-16 to educate students about hunger and homelessness in our community and to help make an impact in curbing such adversity.
Wreath honoring veteransOn Veterans Day UAB will host its 2nd Annual Wreath Laying Ceremony on the Campus Green to remember and thank our veterans for their service to our country.
UAB zombies are hungry for brainsEven though Halloween is over, the undead are still milling about campus with two zombie-themed events — Humans vs. Zombies and Zombie Outbreak Day — planned for the first week of November.
toms-vagabond-iconThe tour will make a stop at the Campus Green on November 5 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. to promote the One for One campaign. Students can pick up free swag and create video submissions for internship opportunities.
A jack-o-lantern style basketball passes through the netThis first look at the 2013-14 women's basketball team will include several Halloween-themed activities in the Bartow concourse, and fans of all ages are encouraged to wear their Halloween costumes.
Dragon eyeThe football game is just the tip of the iceberg. Homecoming week traditions also include gurney races on the street, a comedy show, step show, bonfire, parade, and lots more.
BlocktoberfestJoin the fun with carnival games, inflatable jousting, an obstacle course, raffle prizes, music, pie throwing, and more October 22 outside UAB's campus residence halls.
Volunteer opportunities give UAB students the chance to help kids in our communityThe Leadership & Service Council is spearheading a trio of volunteer opportunities October 22-24, including projects with the Red Cross, South Hampton Middle School, and the Ronald McDonald House.
WOW Buffalo 13 ChallengeThink you polish off 10 wings coated in hot sauce? Sign up for the Buffalo XIII Challenge to find out. Festivities will include free food, live music, outdoor games, raffle prizes, and more.