The College of Arts and Sciences engages with communities in Alabama and beyond.
Since 2008, the University has been recognized as a community engaged institution by the Carnegie Foundation, a classification that demonstrates our commitment to collaborating with the greater community in the spirit of partnership and reciprocity.
The College of Arts and Sciences is home to numerous community engagement initiatives.
These activities reflect our core mission of teaching, research and service and have an impact on the social and economic development in Alabama and beyond.
Our galleries, collections, exhibitions, and public art provide a wealth of resources for the campus and West Alabama communities.Visit Our Galleries
Housed in New College, the Levitetz Leadership Program (LLP) prepares students for leadership roles in a variety of settings including business, government, non-profit organizations, and community and civic activities.Read About the LLP
New College's minor in civic engagement and leadership offers students a way to hone their leadership skillsRead about the Minor
The UA chapter of Vote Everywhere was named the 2020 Chapter of the Year by the group’s parent organization, the Andrew Goodman Foundation, which advocates for young people to vote and be civically engaged with their communities.Learn About Vote Everywhere