Come and Experience UWA's Greek Life
There are many opportunities to get involved at UWA.
UWA's Annual Talent Show held during Homecoming Week
Stay in shape with the Group Exercise classes at the Union.
Students enjoy nature’s beauty on a stroll across UWA’s pedestrian-oriented campus.
The UWA Bookstore offers a wide range of UWA apparel and spirit items.
Students can enjoy local waterways and ponds by checking out canoes from the intramural office.
Studio 96 offers journalism students the opportunity to work in a newsroom environment.
Newly elected UWA Student Government Association officers include, Hunter Winborne, president; Jonathan Knox, vice president; Adriana Stanton, business manager; and Hannah Jackson, secretary.
County Fine Arts Council members and UWA students are admitted free. General
admission is $10 and students are admitted for $2.
The festival slogan for this year, “Sucarnochee: 12 Years in the Making,” joins the Alabama Tourism Department’s “The Year of Alabama Makers” theme in recognizing the importance of all makers across the state, including skilled craft workers who make or create things by hand— everything from traditional craft, music and food artisans, to industrial and commercial production artisans across Alabama.
Ellise Mayor to perform “My Name is Julia”