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The University of Alabama at Birmingham is committed to a safe, supportive learning and working environment for all members of the campus community. Campus safety is our top priority, and we take all threats of violence seriously to protect everyone’s health and well-being. The Office of Student Assistance & Support has a multi-pronged awareness campaign - See Something, Say Something, Do Something – to promote a safe and inclusive community for students, faculty, and staff.

Early identification of concerns and reporting allows faculty and staff to provide resources to students in distress to minimize harm to self or others. You can help by being aware of your surroundings on campus and reporting any unusual activity from people. We are all responsible for safety. If you see something, say and do something about it – report any concerning behavior and suspicious activity.

Please see below our listing of available presentations that can be customized for your group.
Contact Student Assistance & Support at (205)975-9509 for any questions regarding presentations.

Presentation Options

  • Overview of the Office of Student Assistance & Support

    Duration: 20 minutes / 45 minutes

    The Office of Student Assistance & Support supports students through life challenges and connects them with university and community supports to best address their diverse needs. Student Assistance & Support provides individualized assistance to promote student safety and well-being, collaboration and resilience, personal accountability, and self-advocacy. Our team consults and collaborates with campus partners to balance the needs of individual students with those of the overall campus community.

    The Office of Student Assistance & Support will strive to meet the following student learning outcomes:

    • create awareness/confidence to use resources;
    • identify/develop healthy coping strategies;
    • insight into behavioral impact;
    • insight into value of individual well-being;
    • recognize concerning behaviors;
    • and participants aware of reporting mechanisms.