Below is a list of FREE academic resources that are available to UA Early College students. We strongly encourage students to utilize these resources, not only to do well in coursework, but to develop and grow as a student.

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Capstone Center for Student Success

Location: Russell Hall

Phone Number: 205-348-5175

Services: Online and on-campus tutoring and walk-in class sessions.

Contact: Anthony Winston

Online Tutoring:

Division of Student Life Career Center

Career Center

Location: 3400 Ferguson Center (8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.)

Phone: 205-348-5848

Services: Guidance selecting a major, planning a career, developing job-search strategies, and more.



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Computer Assistance / Technology Questions

Location: 125 Gordon Palmer Hall (8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.)

Phone: 205-348-5555



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Office of Disability Services

Location: 1000 Houser Hall

Phone Number: 205-348-4285

Services: Academic accommodations for University of Alabama students who submit appropriate documentation of their disability.



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Services: Flexible online tutoring with many subjects available 24/7. UA students can access a live online session, schedule a session in advance, or leave questions for response.

Link available in: Blackboard (under the Tools tab)


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The Writing Center

Location: 332 Lloyd Hall

Phone: 205-348-5049

Contact: Amy Dayton

Services: One-on-one consultations, draft revision, and research aid.

Online Services:


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Services: Submit research papers to give you an originality report (to check for plagiarism).

Link available in: Early College Student Resources (ECSR)


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UA Libraries

Location: Gorgas Library

Phone Number: 205-348-6047

Services: Book check-out, printing, 3D printing, Media Center, and 24-hour access to much more.



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Services:  Zoom offers communications software that combines video conferencing, online meetings, chat, and mobile collaboration. (Students will use this for academic advising.)


Student Instructions for Creating a Zoom Account:

Sign up for a Zoom account

  1. Open up the website in your web browser
  2. Select the “Sign up, it’s free” link at the top of the page
  3. Type in your Crimson email address
  4. Select “Sign up”

Activate your Zoom account

  1. Open your Crimson email account (located on the myBama page under the “More” link at the top right corner of the main page)
  2. Open the “Zoom Account Activation” email and select “Activate Account”

Update your Zoom profile

  1. Type your first and last name correctly into the appropriate text boxes
  2. Create a password for your Zoom account (NOTE: please try to use the same password you use for the myBama login page. That way, you won’t forget your password!)
  3. Press “Continue”

Confirm that your Zoom account has been created

  1. If you see the “Don’t Zoom Alone” message on your screen and see the “Sign Out” option at the top of your page, your account has been created successfully!
  2. Download the Zoom app to your computer and/or phone