To protect the health and safety of our communities, UAB has canceled all non-essential gatherings and events at this time. Community members are discouraged from holding events, meetings, or activities involving greater than 10 people if the gathering is not essential to ongoing operations. If you have an event that is canceled or postponed, please contact us to help keep the Campus Calendar up-to-date.

Student Events

Highlights

Independence Day

Designatied holiday. No classes. University offices closed.

Virtual Coffee Hour

Grab your lunch and join International Student & Scholar Services for our Virtual Coffee Hour social event; an hour of conversation and friends. This...

7/3 11am
Virtual Event
Entrepreneurship in the Prevailing Circumstances

Dr. Patrick Murphy, the Goodrich Endowed Chair of Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the UAB Collat School of Business, will share examples and resources on...

7/7 12pm
Virtual Event
Art

Join featured artist Salaam Green from UAB Arts in Medicine to learn about the arts and mental health and ways to de-stress during this unique time. Research...

7/7 1pm
Virtual Event
Student Info Session: Service Learning & Undergraduate Research

Join us on Zoom to learn about how you can get hands-on experience as an undergraduate. Topics include: Ambassador Programs Peace Corps Prep Mentor...

7/8 1pm
Virtual Event
Trivia Night: Harry Potter

Put down the textbook and pick up your wand, because it's time for Harry Potter trivia. It doesn't matter if you're a Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw, or...

7/8 7pm
Virtual Event
USGA Summer Orientation Session

USGA will be hosting weekly interest sessions on Zoom for incoming freshmen. Join us to learn about the different branches of USGA, what we do for students,...

7/9 12pm
Virtual Event
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