Crimson Promenade recognizes the service of students, faculty, alumni and friends of Alabama
Denny Chimes was constructed in 1929 in honor of then university president, George H. Denny
Gates to the Crimson Promenade were recreated to honor the original gates to campus destroyed during the Civil War
Points of Pride
Alabama is the fastest-growing flagship university in the U.S., according to the Washington Post and Chronicle of Higher Education.
From 2007 to 2016, Alabama is first in the nation for enrolling Barry Goldwater Scholarship recipients.
Alabama is a leader among public universities around the country in the enrollment of National Merit Scholars.
A team of Alabama students took the top prize at the NASA Robotic Mining Competition in 2016 for the second consecutive year.
U.S. News ranked the UA School of Law 10th among public universities in the nation, and the National Jurist listed it fifth among the nation’s “Best Value Law Schools” in 2015.