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Heritage Hall celebrates a proud past and promises a world-class future.
There’s a good chance that part of your UAB journey will take you to Heritage Hall, an interdisciplinary haven for students and faculties of various disciplines. Upon its completion in 2008, the 95,000-square-foot structure became a new home for many former occupants of the Ullman Building. As such, Heritage Hall was named in honor of the progressive heritage of Samuel Ullman, a proponent of racially equitable education opportunities in late-nineteenth-century Birmingham.
Under one roof, you’ll find the School of Social and Behavioral Science alongside faculty for the African-American Studies program. With other multidisciplinary spaces like labs for mathematics and communications students, Heritage Hall is an altogether unique part of campus easily accessible by way of the Campus Green.
The legacy of the past meets the potential of the future at Heritage Hall.
Heritage Hall is easy to find, located just across University Boulevard from the Hill Student Center. It has stood at this strategic point on campus since 2008.
Passions meet processors when accessible technology is available to all students.
Heritage Hall lab spaces like the one you see here serve a diverse body of students and faculty. From mathematics to communication and beyond, technology is always at the fingertips of students who find their way to Heritage Hall.
Heritage Hall: another step forward in connecting academics with the outdoors.
Multiple study areas within University Hall give students a breathtaking view of UAB’s Campus Green, surrounding buildings and the skyline of Birmingham.
Visit UAB Your Way
Want to see more of UAB? You can schedule a Virtual Information Session that covers a variety of topics or schedule an on campus visit that offers a combination of a bus and walking tour. Times and dates will vary for both the Virtual Information Session and the on campus visit.