University of Alabama

per email dated 10/15/2020

students can check out virtual or in-person visit options at and can schedule an appointment with me at  


Due to limitations on ACT and SAT testing opportunities throughout the U.S., The University of Alabama will not require test scores from students applying for Spring, Summer or Fall 2021 admission.

Students applying without ACT or SAT scores will be evaluated by their overall GPA, core academic GPA and the strength of the curriculum. Further details can be found at

UA encourages students to submit available ACT and/or SAT scores to provide additional support to their application. Submission of scores will not be an advantage or disadvantage to an applicant.

Students admitted without test scores are strongly encouraged to submit a scholarship application by January 15, 2021, to be considered for competitive and merit awards. More information can be found at

For additional information, please contact your regional recruiter.

Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Scholarships
The University of Alabama




Amanda Sisk | Regional Recruiter for Missouri, Kansas, and Southern Illinois

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Office of Undergraduate Admissions
The University of Alabama
Box 870109
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487
Phone 314-610-7493 
| Fax 205-348-9046

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The University of Alabama


per email dated 9/28/2020


The University of Alabama continues to review and evaluate applications on an individual basis for the 2021-2022 academic year. Decisions about the potential for students' academic success at UA are based on their high school GPA, high school course schedule and performance on the ACT and/or SAT.


Due to the uncertainty around testing availability, we realize some students may not have taken a test by the time they wish to apply and will need to test later in the fall or early spring. Students may submit their application without a test score to be considered for conditional admission. Conditionally admitted students must submit a test score by May 1, 2021.


  1. Complete the online application at
    1. Pay $40 fee upon submission OR submit NACAC fee waiver.
    2. UA does not require a letter of recommendation or essay.
  2. Request ACT or SAT score(s) be sent to UA. Our ACT code is 0052 and our SAT code is 1830.
  3. Request official high school transcript be sent to UA.Transcripts can be sent via mail (Box 870109, Tuscaloosa, AL, 35487), email to or electronically through Parchment, National Student Clearinghouse, SCOIR, Overgrad, Scribbbles and Scrip-Safe.
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The University of Alabama continues to offer extensive scholarships for incoming students. To see the most up-to-date merit scholarship requirements and awards, please visit our Scholarship page. The competitive scholarship application deadline for admitted students is January 15. As we monitor students’ ability to take the ACT or SAT, we will announce any updates or changes to scholarships.

2020-2021 UA Viewbook
College and Majors Brochure


The viewbooks for 2020-2021 have been re-designed. If you would like some for your office, please don’t hesitate to let your recruiter know so they can plan an order. These might come in handy as you have the chance to meet with students and their families that are interested in Alabama. As other publications are released, we’ll be sure to share them with you in future newsletters.

Ferguson Student Center


We’re excited to announce our high school counselor portal has been upgraded to reflect our move to Slate. Now you’ll be able to check the status of your students' application not only at UA but other colleges that use Slate.

COVID Campus Tour


Campus tours resumed in mid-July with limited capacity that follow CDC and ADPH guidelines. We’re also offering virtual campus tours, information sessions with the various colleges on campus as well as chats with student ambassadors.

UA Recruiter


Your UA recruiter is available to assist you as well as your students and their families. They are just a click away from providing you what you need.


The UA system has been working since late last spring to develop protocols that would ensure a safe return to campus this fall. Policies and practices were instituted including mandatory testing for all students before coming back to campus, ongoing health checks as well as requiring masks on campus for all students, faculty, staff and visitors.


The Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) provides leadership on campus to build upon our core principles of inclusiveness in learning environments, programs and strategic partnerships. DEI has developed a Multicultural Resource Guide to assist prospective students in learning more about UA and is sponsoring monthly events for the University and Tuscaloosa communities.

per email dated 9/15/2020


University of Alabama is teaming up with other colleges of offer 5 MEGA visits for your students!

How it works: After registering, students will receive the log in information for the Zoom. Each visit will run from 6:15-7:00pm. We’ll give a brief welcome, then each University will speak for 5 minutes about important information, upcoming deadlines, scholarships, popular programs and more. After that, we’ll wrap up with a Kahoot game for a chance to win some MEGA prizes from our institutions!

How you can promote: Attached, you’ll find a social media sized image for you to post online or share easily with your students. Please encourage students to register for any date! We’ll provide the links they need to participate after registering.

MEGA VISIT dates:Wednesday, Sep. 23rd; Monday, Oct. 5th; Wednesday, Oct. 21st; Tuesday, Nov. 10th; Monday, Nov. 23rd  from 6:15pm-7:00pm

Register Here:  


Amanda Sisk, University of Alabama

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