The Dean of Students creates a culture of care for the UA community by supporting the diverse needs of a dynamic student body. The office of the Dean of Students helps connect students with the campus resources available to them and serves as a personalized point of contact in situations that require special support from the institution. The Dean of Students seeks to provide spiritual, emotional, and behavioral support for students.


The University of Alabama is attentive to the well-being of our students, faculty, and staff. UA is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment where individuals are free to work, learn, and teach. In support of this mission, the Division of Student Life provides support to assist students in need or crisis through various programs, including the On-Call Dean Program.

Contact the Dean of Students if you or someone you know is in need of assistance.

Academic and Conduct Verification

Students and alumni applying to academic institutions or for employment, which requires a disclosure of prior academic and/or conduct information, should contact the Office of Student Conduct Office of Student Conduct. For questions or more information regarding the process, please visit the Conduct Verification website.


Students at The University of Alabama aspire to live out the words of the Capstone Creed. To learn more about the conduct expectations of students at The University of Alabama, visit the Student Conduct website.


Students who get involved in student organizations perform better academically and report higher levels of satisfaction with their undergraduate experience. Visit Student Involvement to learn more about student organizations, or the Center for Service and Leadership to find a way to give back at the Capstone.


Student safety is a priority at The University of Alabama. To ensure the campus community works together to creating an ethical community defined by civility and respect, The University of Alabama launched UAct to provide both education and support surrounding discrimination, harassment, dating and/or domestic violence, stalking, sexual assault, and other issues.

The University of Alabama also works to maintain a safe and welcoming campus by providing a variety of transportation services, including Crimson Ride.