All current UA undergraduate and graduate students are eligible for a free student membership to The University of Alabama Museums, which includes:
- Unlimited admission (except for special events) to Moundville Archaeological Park, Alabama Museum of Natural History, The Gorgas House Museum, the Mildred Westervelt Warner Transportation Museum, and the Paul W. Bryant Museum
- Discounts on Museum Programs and Field Trips
- Invitations to special student member events as well as to all of our regular supporting member events
- Opportunities including coffee hours, resume building, behind-the-scenes experiences, exhibit creation, volunteering, and social media content creation
How to Sign Up
To become a Student Member, fill out this quick and easy online form!
When you sign up for Student Membership, you will be added to an email database that will keep you informed on UA Museums’ events!
UA Museum Club
UA Students within the UA Museums’ Student Membership have created the UA Museum Club. If you are interested in joining, fill out this online form to be added to an email newsletter. You can also stay in touch with the UA Museum Club on social media by following their Instagram account.
For more information, email James Scott at email@example.com.
You can also follow and keep up with UA Museums on TikTok, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
UA Museum Club Meeting
APRIL 4: The UA Museum Club is holding their first official club meeting on April 4, 2023 at 6:00 pm in TH 259 (Ten Hoor Hall). Brandon Thompson, Director of the Gorgas House Museum, will be leading a discussion on student engagement with museum spaces. This is a free event for UA Museum Club members. Not a member yet? No problem. Sign up through the club’s online form to become a member and receive their email newsletter.
Fossil Track Meet
APRIL 8: The Alabama Museum of Natural History and the Alabama Paleontological Society will be hosting a free fossil Track Meet from 11 am until 3:30 pm. During this event, paleontologists will be bringing in fossil trackways, fossil invertebrates, and fossil plants found in mines and other places from Alabama’s Coal Age for temporary display and photography on tables in the Grand Gallery of Smith Hall! People can see the hundreds of slabs with tracks, invertebrates, and plants that have been collected over at least the last decade. There will also be a layperson talk by Prescott Atkinson, Alabama Paleontological Society vice-president, at 11:30 am about trackways and other fossils from the famous Union Chapel Mine in Walker County.