Culverhouse Student FAQs
Q: What computer should I buy?
A: A personally-owned computer running Microsoft Windows 10 or later is required in order for students to have a device that is compatible with the software and systems used within the Culverhouse College of Business. More info about computer technology requirements here.
Q: Are payment plans an option at UA?
A: Yes, please go here for more information about payment plans
Q: How do I get advised?
A: All Culverhouse students will be advised by Culverhouse Student Services through various digital points. You can schedule an appointment by:
- Emailing email@example.com
- Calling 205-348-4537
- Filling out a form for e-advising
- Or “visit” an on-call advisor
Q: When is the last day to add or drop a course without a “W”?
A: Check the UA Academic Calendar for current add/drop dates.
Q: What do I do if I have registration issues?
A: Culverhouse Student Services will be available to answer registration questions. Staff can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: I have an advising hold/PIN. Do I still need to meet with my advisor?
A: Call Culverhouse Student Services Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:45 p.m. at 205-348-4537. The purpose of the hold is to allow us to check-in and touch base about your academic progress which can be done over the phone.
Q: Faculty aren’t responding to my e-mails. What do I do?
A: If you do not get a response from your professor within a few days of initial contact, please send a copy of your email(s) to the department chair of the instructor asking the best method to get in touch.
The department chairs are:
- Culverhouse School of Accountancy: Dr. Rich Houston
- Economics, Finance, & Legal Studies: Dr. Laura Razzolini
- Information Systems, Statistics, and Management Science: Dr. John Mittenthal
- Management: Dr. Lou Marino
- Marketing: Dr. Kristy Reynolds