South Lawn Office Building, Suite 2000 |1101 Jackson Avenue | 205-348-5040
The Women and Gender Resource Center provides free and confidential counseling for students, faculty, and staff who have experienced interpersonal violence, including stalking, sexual harassment, relationship violence, and sexual assault. All services are available to members of the LGBTQA+ community, and counselors are trained to address same-sex violence. The WGRC also provides academic advocacy, criminal justice and law enforcement advocacy, hospital accompaniment, and assistance with protection orders and social services. For more information about the WGRC, please visit the WGRC website, call 205-348-5040, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
South Lawn Office Building, Suite 1000 |1101 Jackson Avenue | 205-348-3863
The mission of the UA Counseling Center is to help University of Alabama students achieve academic success and personal growth through quality brief counseling and psychological services, outreach and consultative services, and training of mental health professionals. The staff of the Counseling Center is committed to providing a supportive environment for LGBTQA+ identified and questioning students. For more information about the Counseling Center, visit the Counseling Center website or call 205-348-3863.
Student Activity Center at Presidential Village | 654 Abercrombie Lane | 205-348-6676
The Housing and Residential Communities at UA are committed to providing a safe environment for all students. The Community Living Standards require that all residents help develop and maintain an atmosphere that promotes social awareness, social appreciation and acceptance. For more information about HRC, visit the Housing and Residential Communities website, call 205-348-6676, or email them at email@example.com.
Mary Burke Hall | 107 Burke West | 205-348-8234
The Office of Student Conduct develops students in a manner that provides a foundation for success, a commitment to responsible citizenship, and a desire to make positive lifestyle choices based on the Capstone Creeds values of fairness, honesty, accountability, integrity, and respect. The Office of Student Conduct handles Code of Student Conduct Violations, including harassment related to sexual orientation or gender expression. For more information about the Office of Student Judicial Affairs, please visit the Office of Student Conduct website, call 205-348-8234, or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Recreation Center | 401 5th Ave East | 205-348-5140
University Recreation staff members are committed to providing a safe environment for all members of the university community. The Student Recreation Center provides gender-neutral changing space in addition to its men’s and women’s locker rooms. For more information about University Recreation, please visit the University Recreation website, call 205-348-5140, or email George Brown at email@example.com.
Student Services Center | 801 Campus Drive | 205-348-2020
The Office of the University Registrar provides services related to academic records, academic progress, enrollment data, classroom support, and academic certification. Staff members share a commitment to creating an environment in the office and on campus that encourages growth, supports academics, respects people and differences, promotes communication and participation, and cultivates a performance culture. For more information about the Office of the University Registrar, please visit the Office of the University Registrar website, call 205-348-2020, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
University Medical Center | 750 5th Ave. E. | 205-348-6262
Student Health Center staff members are committed to providing a safe environment for all members of the university community. The Student Health Center provides gender-neutral restrooms in addition to the men’s and women’s restrooms in the waiting area. For more information about the Student Health Center, please visit the Student Health Center website or call 205-348-6262.
3400 Ferguson Center | 751 Campus Drive | 205-348-5848
The Career Center is dedicated to maximizing career development and career opportunities for both students and alumni. It provides career education programming, assessment and counseling that lead individuals to manage their careers. The Career Center can provide job search information for LGBTQA+ students, staff, and faculty. For more information about the Career Center, please visit the Career Center website or call 205-348-5848.
South Lawn Office Building, room 2019 |1101 Jackson Avenue | 205-348-5040
The Frances S. Summersell Library is housed in the Women’s Resource Center and has a collection of books on LGBTQA+ issues, a video collection that includes several documentaries, and a variety of brochures, such as Being Gay/Lesbian; Be an Ally to Gays & Lesbians; Transgender: Understanding Differences; Man to Man: Three Steps to Health for Gay, Bisexual, or any Men who have Sex with Men; and Woman to Woman: Three Steps to Health for Lesbian, Bisexual, or any Women who have Sex with Women.