Family Weekend Virtual Visits
- September 21st, 2020
- in Family Weekend 2020
UA Virtual Campus Tour
You really don’t know The University of Alabama until you’ve seen our campus. 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.
Virtual Campus Information Sessions
The University of Alabama is hosting virtual information sessions each weekday to provide opportunities for students and families who are unable to visit campus at this time. 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. You can schedule a Virtual Campus Information Session here.
Hallowed Grounds Tour: Race, Slavery, and the University of Alabama
Please note this tour is on campus and self-guided.
Created by Hilary N. Green in 2016, this tour seeks to shed light onto the lives, experiences, and legacy of the many enslaved men, women, and children who lived, worked, and even died at the University of Alabama, 1829-1865. This is the printable 11 x 17 pamphlet version of the full tour. At a leisurely pace, it takes about 90 minutes.
Created by Hilary N. Green using Adobe Spark, this is device friendly version of the shortened alternate campus tour designed for classes (50 minute or 75 minute) and Black History Month. At a leisurely pace, it takes about 45-60 minutes.
Created by Hilary N. Green, this tour seeks to shed light onto the lives, experiences, and legacy of the many enslaved men, women, and children who lived, worked, and even died at the University of Alabama, 1829-1865. This is a Google My Maps of the version of the full tour and updates the printable version created in 2016. At a leisurely pace, it takes about 90 minutes to visit the sites of slavery and its complex legacy of slavery, Jim Crow and Civil Rights Movement.
Autherine Lucy: Forgotten Hero
Developed by Dr. Meredith Bagley using Adobe Spark, this alternative campus tour explores the campus history of Autherine Lucy and her legacy for the University of Alabama.
Tuscaloosa Civil Rights History Trail
Consisting of UA faculty, Stillman faculty, community members, and former Civil Rights Movement (CRM) foot soldiers, the Tuscaloosa Civil Rights History Task Force created this alternate city tour documenting the important figures and sites of the long Civil Rights Movement in Tuscaloosa, including Bloody Tuesday.