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UA, Protective Life Partner to Form Diversity in Business Bridge Program

With a gift from Protective Life Corporation, The University of Alabama is launching an initiative to help underrepresented students get a head start on finding their potential path to a business degree.

Birmingham Couple Makes Transformational Gift to UA

A $20 million comprehensive gift from C.T. and Kelley Fitzpatrick will significantly enhance the Culverhouse College of Business and intercollegiate athletics at The University of Alabama.

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UA’s C&IS Receives $10 Million Gift from Holle Family Foundation

A $10 million gift commitment from the Holle Family Foundation, of Birmingham, will position the College of Communication and Information Sciences at The University of Alabama as a leader in creativity and communication and honor the life of Brig. Gen. Everett Hughes Holle.

UA’s North Campus Way Renamed to Honor Randall Family Legacy

In recognition of Pettus and Cathy Randall’s substantial generosity and longtime commitment to The University of Alabama, along with their noteworthy civic engagement, North Campus Way was renamed Randall Way by The University of Alabama System Board of Trustees.

Performing Arts Academic Center Campaign Highlights Successful Fundraising Year

Highlighting the success of the 2019-20 fiscal year, which included raising more than $222 million from almost 60,000 donors, was reaching the $15 million fundraising goal to support construction of a new Performing Arts Academic Center. The PAAC, along with a fully restored Bryce Main building, will provide dance and theatre students with world-class venues and advanced equipment to hone their skills.

New Tennis Facility to Boost UA’s Acclaimed Adapted Athletics Program

Thanks to the generosity of the Parker and Haun families of Tuscaloosa, along with several other donors, The University of Alabama’s wheelchair tennis team and University Recreation will soon benefit from a new facility.