The Center for Student Research is centrally located in Collier Library at the University of North Alabama. It is our hope to provide students at UNA with the tools necessary to produce and present quality research. We offer various services and assist students at both the undergraduate and graduate level.
The UNA Career Center is committed to empowering students and alumni in all phases of their career development. In support of this mission, the Career Center serves as the primary resource on campus for career related information, providing necessary resources, services, and programs to facilitate successful career development as it relates to students, alumni, faculty, and employers.
The Global Student Satisfaction Awards empower students across the globe to determine the best universities of 2019. By rating institutions on a scale from 1 to 5, on multiple studies-related questions, we found the top educators in the world.Learn more about the Global Student Satisfaction Awards
The University of North Alabama offers students a unique educational experience through its on-campus living community. There are two basic types of housing available on campus: residence halls and university apartments. Each residence hall, a modern living facility, is a community designed to enrich and broaden the educational experiences of students. Living in residence halls provides the student an opportunity to develop lasting friendships, well worth remembering. The residence halls are designed to meet the physical needs of the residents, while providing activities and programs that contribute to the “total educational experience.”
Librarians' solutions to professors' challenges. Collier Library offers book and materials delivery to faculty, staff, and graduate students. By signing up for campus delivery, all interlibrary loan items will automatically be delivered.
You're now able to borrow phone charging cables, cameras, Wi-Fi hotspots, selfie sticks and much more!
University Health Services operates a medical clinic to care for and treat minor illness and injury. Students can see one of the licensed healthcare providers at no charge. Lab tests and prescription medications are available for a fee that is much less than most clinics. Faculty and staff can receive care for a nominal fee. University Health Services clinic does not bill insurance.