The University of Alabama has a beautiful campus, and you can see it all on this map! Bryant Denny Stadium, Ferguson Center and Gorgas Library are just some of the buildings on campus that make it so great.
University Of Alabama Map Of Campus
Bryant Denny Stadium
- Bryant-Denny Stadium, the University of Alabama’s football stadium, has a capacity of 101,821 and is the largest stadium in the state of Alabama. It also happens to be the second largest stadium in all of college football.
- In addition to serving as home field for Crimson Tide football games and special events (like concerts), Bryant-Denny also serves as an important venue for UA’s ROTC program.
The Ferguson Center, located at the University of Alabama, is a concert hall that was named for former university president John Richardson Ferguson. It’s home to the Alabama Symphony Orchestra and the Alabama Ballet, who perform there regularly. The Ferguson Center has a seating capacity of 1,700 and hosts about 100 events each year.
Gorgas Library is the main library on the University of Alabama campus. The library is named after Dr Gorgas, who led the effort to eradicate yellow fever in the United States through his work at Fort Barrancas near Pensacola, Florida.
The building was designed by Frank Lockwood and completed in 1936 at a cost of $1 million. It was named for Dr Gorgas in 1942 when it became one of three libraries serving UA’s student body.
Bryant Hall is the main administrative building of the University of Alabama. It was built in 1836 as an apartment complex for faculty members and their families, but it was converted into an administrative building by 1859. Bryant Hall was named after George H. Denny, who served as the first president at UA and a professor of English there from 1855 until his death on April 26th, 1912. Bryant Hall is also known as “Old Main” or simply “Main.”
Bryant Hall houses multiple offices for different departments within UA’s administration including:
- The Office of Human Resources (HR)
- The Office of Equal Opportunity Programs (EOP)
Amelia Gayle Gorgas Library
Amelia Gayle Gorgas Library is located on the University of Alabama campus in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. It was named after Amelia Gayle Gorgas, wife of former University President George H. Denny. The first library in the state of Alabama, it was built during 1939 and 1940 as a result of an initiative by University President Frank Rose to create an academic library that would be available for use by scholars from any part of the state. In addition to serving as a repository for over 2 million volumes (including special collections), Amelia Gayle Gorgas Library also houses several rare books from UA’s Special Collections Department along with other various artifacts related to history and culture in general.
University Of Alabama Map Of Campus
The University of Alabama is a public, coeducational research university located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Founded in 1820, UA is the flagship campus of the University of Alabama System and the largest school in terms of enrollment and student body in the state of Alabama. The university’s academic offerings include programs — both undergraduate and graduate — through 13 colleges and schools: business administration; communication & journalism; education; engineering; fine arts & humanities (which includes art); forestry & wildlife ecology; human nutrition, foods & exercise laboratory service (HNFE); liberal arts & sciences (including history/political science/international studies); nursing practice; pharmacy practice; psychology; public health sciences; social work (including public health policy analysis)(social work).
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The University of Alabama is a great school to attend. It has many different majors and minors that students can take, along with several clubs and organizations that they can join. There are also plenty of fun things to do while on campus as well!