The Student Health Center provides clinic services including walk-in or call ahead appointment clinic, women’s health services, lab and x-ray services, psychiatry, allergy treatment, immunizations, nutrition therapy and more. It also has an on-site pharmacy and offers health education programs. For information about programs and services, call (205) 348-6262. To set up an appointment, call (205) 348-2778. For the pharmacy, call (205) 348-6276.
Mona Ochoa-Horshok, a licensed professional counselor, is available to meet with students, confidentially and free of charge, in Office A241 during the semester. Please check the Law School website, www.law.ua.edu/students/counseling, for office hours. Appointments are encouraged and can be made through Lisa Drummond at email@example.com or (205) 348-5750.
The University’s Counseling Center is open on Tuesdays from 9am – 5pm and on all other weekdays from 8am – 5pm. You can reach the Counseling Center during its operating hours by calling (205) 348-3863. Counseling can be reached outside of these hours by calling UAPD at (205) 348-5454 and asking to speak with the on-call counselor.
The Women and Gender Resource Center (WGRC) provides additional services to students who are victims/ survivors of interpersonal violence, as well as family and friends who have been impacted by abuse. The WGRC can be reached Monday through Friday from 8am – 5pm at (205) 348-5040 and outside these hours by calling UAPD at (205) 348-5454 and asking to speak with the on-call advocate for the WGRC.
The University of Alabama Police Department (UAPD) provides police assistance. For assistance or to report a crime or suspicious incident, call (205) 348-5454, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits discrimination based on the gender of students and employees of educational institutions that receive federal financial assistance. Title IX covers areas such as gender discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual assault and sexual violence. Title IX also protects lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students and employees from discrimination, harassment, sexual assault and sexual violence including discrimination, physical aggression, intimidation, or hostility based on sex, sex-stereotyping or failure to conform to stereotypical gender norms. Call (205) 348-5496.
University Recreation offers everything you need to keep an active lifestyle. They offer machines, weights, pools, courts, group exercise classes, and more. There are even opportunities to explore Alabama and beyond with Outdoor Recreation. They offer trips or you can rent gear for your own adventure. The intramural teams provide students the opportunity to compete in a variety of team sports. Access to Recreation facilities is free for students. Visit urec.sa.ua.edu.
The primary goal of the Safe Zone Program is to foster a university climate where every individual is treated with dignity and respect by educating the University of Alabama community about LGBTQA+ identified persons and their experiences, promoting safe environments that are respectful of all identities, advocating for support of LGBTQA+ identified persons, and providing ongoing educational opportunities and resources to our Safe Zone Allies and to the larger UA community. Call (205) 348-7297 or email SafeZone@ua.edu.
The Office of Disability Services provides academic accommodations for students who submit appropriate documentation of their disability. The Law School and ODS work together to help individuals with disabilities achieve and maintain individual autonomy and privacy. Call (205) 348-4285 or (205) 348-3081 (TTY). Or contact Associate Dean Grace Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The mission of The Office for Veteran and Military Affairs is to provide, facilitate, or coordinate programs and services to meet the special needs of veterans, service members, dependents, and survivors in order to ease their transition to university life and fulfill their educational goals. For its students, VMA offers: a computer lab, free printing (you provide the paper), lounge space, study rooms, stress free room, Skype access room, free test booklets, VA Hospital enrollment, Disabled American Veterans (DAV) services, and GI Bill counseling. Call (205) 348-0983.
The Alabama Lawyers Assistance Program (ALAP) offers confidential intervention and referral services to lawyers, judges and law students who suffer from addictions and other types of mental health disorders. Contact Joycelyn Hill at email@example.com.
Provided by the AccessLex Institute in agreement with the Law School, MAX by AccessLex is an innovative personal finance program for law students designed to help you improve your financial well-being. It provides a comprehensive personal finance education through a multi-format approach, providing interactive online lessons, webinars, in-person workshops and one-on-one financial counseling. To get started, go to AskEDNA.AccessLex.org.
CRIS provides a comprehensive continuum of care for students with substance use concerns. Services range from prevention, awareness, and exploration of consequences for high risk behaviors. CRIS is a supportive, safe, and engaging environment for students seeking or contemplating recovery from addiction. Programming is based on the mission of recovery, unity and development, following guiding dimensions of wellness.
Law students experiencing unforeseen financial hardships or emergencies during their enrollment may fill out the application at www.law.ua.edu/emergencyapp to be considered for modest awards of assistance
In an emergency, UA Alerts communicates via telephone calls, e-mail, and text (SMS) messages simultaneously to the campus community. Sign up for alerts via myBama.
Director of Diversity and Inclusion – Anil Mujumdar; firstname.lastname@example.org; 205-348-1358
Assistant Dean of Administration – Martha Griffith; email@example.com; 205-348-4509 (Dean Griffith serves as the designated harassment resource person who would receive any complaints of harassment.)
*This list includes only some of the University’s wellness resources available to students. It is not inclusive of all resources available.