Division of Student Affairs

Now that you are back on campus, Student Affairs encourages you to become involved in all that our division has to offer. Our departments have returned to in-person services – face coverings and six-feet physical distancing required.

Please click on the link below to contact the department related to the service you are seeking, and you will find instructions on how to access staff and the service you need.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work together to ensure a safe and healthy community during this extraordinary time.

If we can be of assistance, please contact anyone on our staff and they can direct you to the appropriate department or person.

We are here to help you thrive in your journey.

Roar Lions!

Dr. Kimberly A. Greenway
Vice President


The mission of The Pantry is to support the basic needs of the UNA community and raise awareness about the growing issue of food insecurity across campus. 

University Case Manager  https://una.edu/case/

  • works to meet the needs of struggling students
  • assists students during difficult situations (medical, mental health, behavioral, personal or family crisis, illness or injury)
  • promotes student success
  • provides crisis prevention and intervention, advocacy, resources and referrals, and follow-up services

You may visit Health Services for additional information on symptoms and obtaining medical assistance. You may also call 256-765-5000 between 8 AM - 8 PM to inquire about the precautions UNA is taking and/or if you are experiencing symptoms.

  • EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY:  Health Services will operate on an APPOINTMENT ONLY schedule.  Health Services will continue to service ALL students, faculty and staff staying on campus or off campus at this time.  ALL appointments will now be handled via a phone call or a ZOOM video appointment.  ANYONE needing an appointment for ANY reason, will need to call 256-765-5000.
  • MEDICATIONS:  Health Services will deliver all prescription medications to the residence halls and campus apartments for any clinic appointments via phone and/or ZOOM.  If you need a refill on any medication, please call 256-765-5000.  If you currently take daily prescription medications, those medication refills can be transferred to Massey Drugs and they will deliver the medications to Health Services and we will deliver to the residence halls or apartments twice a day.  To inquire about this service, please call 256-765-4328. 
  • COVID-19:  If you think you have symptoms of COVID-19 or have been near or around someone that has tested positive for COVID-19, please call 256-765-5000 for further instructions and where you can go to be tested.
  • STAY HOME:  We strongly recommend that everyone stays home, takes all necessary precautions listed above and does not risk any unnecessary exposure to COVID-19.
  • Please visit HERE for more information on Student Counseling Services.
  • At this time Student Counseling Services will not be scheduling ongoing individual, in office appointments.
  • Counselors are still on campus and will be seeing students in the office for emergent needs during regular campus office hours (M-F 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM).  Call 256-765-5215 to schedule an appointment after an initial phone assessment.
  • For non-emergent issues counselors will remain available to serve students and are providing consultation by phone during regular business hours.
  • Group therapy and workshop sessions are cancelled until further notice.
  • If you have a scheduled appointment you will be contacted by your counselor to discuss alternative service deliveries.
  • While off campus be sure to research your local mental health service agencies and reach out to them if needed.  Call our office for assistance with a referral if needed.
  • Student Counseling Services will be pushing out various self-help information and videos via social media platforms to address overall health and wellbeing.  Follow us @una_scs on Instagram and @unastudentcoun1 on Twitter!

  • If you are experiencing a mental health emergency after hours you can call our Community Crisis Line at 256-764-3431, the University Police Department by dialing 911, or go to the nearest emergency room for assistance.

The Caring for the Pride Fund was established for students, faculty, and staff who have been adversely affected by a short-term, unexpected life event. This may include assistance with rent, utilities, medical, and moving expenses. 

If you find yourself in need of assistance, please contact University Case Manager, Holly Underwood. hunderwood1@una.edu 

Undergraduate students enrolled in seven or more semester hours are eligiblefor a private UNA mailbox. The Mail Room is located on the first floor of the Guillot University Center (GUC) next to the Office of Student Engagement. Not only can you receive mail and packages, you can send them as well. The Mail Room window is open from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday during regular semester. And remember, face coverings and six-feet physical distancing are required.

What your address will look like:

Your Name
UNA Box ####
Florence, Alabama 35632-0001

If you need to call the Mail Room, please dial 256-765-4282 or email Linda White at lwhite3@una.edu .

As always,

  • You may submit an address change on the USPS website at https://tinyurl.com/s89yoyn.
  • Students must provide Mane Cards to pick up packages.

If you need assistance with your Mane Card, please email manecard@una.edu

  • Students can "dial a ride" at 256.765.4853 / Monday - Friday from 8 AM -12 PM 
  • Only rides to/from current bus stops on daily routes.  Students should allow 15 minutes for pickup.
  • 7 Points Shopping Center will be a supply/grocery bus stop available during the week. 
  • Saturday shopping will run 11 AM - 9 PM as normally scheduled.
Please go to https://una.edu/students/ for updates and status of Student Engagement programs and activities.

 CARE Team

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