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Vision Days is a campus-wide effort focusing on the college readiness of high school students from rural and underrepresented areas in our home state of Alabama.

We want Alabama high schoolers to set their sights on UA.

Over a four year period, high school students will receive information and materials about post-secondary education and continually visit campus with their cohort to learn about the college application process. 

Click the visit below to get a sneak peak of what high school students experience on camps!

Introduction to "College"

September/October Visits

10th Grade Visit

Campus & Student Life

February/March Visits

11th Grade Visit

Academic Exploration

February/March Visits

12th Grade Visit

Beyond Graduation

September/October Visits

student visits since 2018
high schools served in 2022-2023
students have completed applications to UA

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Resources from Campus

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Navigating the world of financial assistance can be intimidating. Our scholarship and financial aid specialists provide expert knowledge to help students prepare for college tuition costs.

Not Your Average Info Session

Our info sessions provide a glimpse of resources on campus including how to get college credit while in high school, how to find academic support, and how to earn a bachelors and masters degree at the same time. 

Curated College Tours

As 9th graders, students will begin exploring the colleges and majors available at The University of Alabama. Their junior visit to campus includes a curated tour of the college of their choosing.

[Vision Days] gave me a chance to really see what I could do and the opportunities that I have...It was a good experience for me to get some background on certain departments....

9th Grade Student, 2018 Cohort

[Vision Days] was a great opportunity for our 9th graders to see their future possibilities.

High School Counserlor, 2018 Cohort