Featured UNA events!

NOW - December 3

Student Campus Climate Survey
We are asking that UNA students consider completing the Student Campus Climate Survey. The purpose of this online survey is to provide UNA with critical information regarding the experiences of our students, as well as students' perceptions of our campus climate and campus resources as they relate to sexual assault and interpersonal violence.

November 14

Concert at Courtview
November 14, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.
Gather in the GUC Performance Center and enjoy some of the same music that was performed there 150 years ago. The Olde Towne Brass band, which plays Civil War-era tunes in authentic uniforms and using authentic period instruments, will help us recreate a concert that occurred on the lawn of Rogers Hall on the eve of the 1864 Nashville Campaign. Sallie Foster, Civil War Diarist, will be the historic host for the event. This free concert is presented by FLPL and is co-sponsored by the Muscle Shoals National Heritage Area and the University of North Alabama. For more information, 256-764-6564, ext. 27.

November 18

Soap Making Clinic
7:00pm-9:00pm at the OAC
Getting kind've stinky? Money's tight? The OAC has the solution to your growing problem - Soap Making! Learn hands-on how to make your own soap. You'll even be able to choose your fragrance and color. Better yet, your soap will not have been tested on any unsuspecting stinky animals, so you know its safe! As always this event is free. All current UNA students, faculty, and staff are welcome to attend. For more information please contact the UNA Outdoor Adventure Coordinator at 256-366-0722.

November 21-23

UNA Theatre: A Christmas Carol
UNA Theatre will once again bring Charles Dickens' classic Christmas tale to the Shoals! Performance dates are Nov. 21 & 22 at 7:30 p.m. and Nov. 23 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $5 for students (must show ID) and $15 for adults. Tickets are available online at (service fee will apply), at Kennedy-Douglass Center for the Arts, or at the door. A Preview Performance will be held Nov. 20 at 7:30 p.m. All tickets are $5, and educators are free with ID (at door only). Tickets are available online at (service fee will apply) or at the door. School performances will be Nov. 20, 21, 24, and 25 at 9:30 a.m. For more information about school performances, contact Carole Maynard at (256)765-5122.

November 26-30

University closed for Thanksgiving holidays

December 4

Study Day

December 5-10

Semester Exams

December 7

Shoals Symphony at UNA: Candlelight Christmas
The Shoals Symphony at UNA presents Candlelight Christmas Underwritten by Wells Fargo Advisors LLC and David L. Black, Colbert County Commissioner Sunday, Dec. 7, 2 p.m. Norton Auditorium Dr. Daniel Stevens, conductor Program features Anderson's "A Christmas Festival," Clausen's "Nunc Dimittis," and holiday favorites featuring the UNA Collegiate Singers Admission $15 adults, $5 students Tickets available at Kennedy-Douglass Center for the Arts or at the door.

December 11

MSNHA Ribbon-Cutting and Open House
The Muscle Shoals National Heritage Area will host a ribbon-cutting and open house at 3 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 11, to celebrate moving its offices to a downtown landmark and federal approval of its management plan. Formerly on the University of North Alabama campus, MSNHA headquarters relocated to the Governors' House, 468 N. Court St., home of Alabama governors Edward O'Neal and son Emmet O'Neal, earlier this year. The Heritage Area shares space with the UNA Public History Center, where students gain hands-on experience in preservation and interpretation by helping local communities protect historic sites. "We invite everyone to come help us celebrate and enjoy this historic home that was built in the 1840s", said MSNHA director Judy Sizemore. Members of the O'Neal family own the house, and we are honored to have the opportunity to work in such a historically significant building. In addition, MSNHA is celebrating the U.S. Department of the Interior's formal approval of its management plan in September. Approval means that MSNHA can receive more federal funds for local interpretive projects, Sizemore added. The National Heritage Area program, established by the Department of Interior and the National Park Service, recognizes regions with significant historical, cultural or natural features that tell America's story.

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