Virtual Campus Information SessionsWhile campus tours are not currently available due to preventive measures for COVID-19, The University of Alabama is hosting virtual information sessions each weekday until our campus is once again open to in-person visits. We’re offering college/interest-specific sessions, broad admissions information programs and virtual chats with our UA Student Ambassadors to offer the same information you would have during an on-campus visit.
Virtual Campus TourYou really don’t know The University of Alabama until you’ve seen our campus. Because a physical visit to campus isn’t an option right now, we’re excited to bring UA to you through a virtual reality campus tour guided by our Capstone Men & Women. This 360-video tour can be viewed on your computer or a smartphone. If you have access to a virtual reality headset, experience Tuscaloosa for yourself.
Campus VisitsThe best way to find your place at The University of Alabama is to visit campus. Our student-guided campus tour gives you and your family a first-hand campus experience. Learn about UA’s history as you discover today’s many opportunities the University offers through stellar academics, research possibilities and exciting student life. Campus tours include an information session and residence hall tour, for a total time of approximately two hours.
Please Note: Due to limited seating on the bus, we cannot guarantee space for guests who are not pre-registered. When registering, please select how many guests will be attending with the student. You may reserve up to four additional spaces with each student’s registration.
COVID-19: We will update this page on when we can resume campus tours. For the most up-to-date information, please visit healthinfo.ua.edu.
AccessibilityPlease note that a portion of the tour is a walking tour. To request special accommodations, please include specific needs in the comment section of the registration form.
Service animals (dogs that are trained to perform work or tasks for a person with a disability) are welcome on campus and can accompany their owners on campus tours. Pets and emotional support animals are not allowed on university tours under any circumstances.