University Programs and Activities
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Jaguar Productions, is the official Student Activities Board of the University of South Alabama. Striving to provide the ultimate campus experience, Jaguar Productions encourages student involvement and community building through entertaining, educational and diverse events. Through its six committees, students brainstorm, plan, promote, and execute campus-wide events. Students have the opportunity to learn leadership and organizational skills by being involved with a committee.
All students are invited to join Jaguar Productions. For more information, please call (251) 460-7144 or visit the Jaguar Productions Office on the first floor of the USA Student Center.
Upward Bound is a U.S. Department of Education federally funded educational opportunity program that prepares eligible high school students to enter and succeed in post-secondary education. Upward Bound offers educational services focused on enhancing the academic skills of the participants and provides participants with fast-paced, intensive academic coursework and other motivational, social, cultural, and recreational enrichment activities. For information, contact the Upward Bound Office, Athletics Annex, 6001 USA South Drive, Suite 70, (251) 460-7322.
Student Activities is home to over 200 registered student organizations which represent a wide variety of interests and provide an opportunity for students to get involved. The Office of Student Activities is committed to the development of student organizations and student leaders. The addition of new student organizations enhances the university community and provides more opportunities for students to become involved and participate in activities that support their interest. For more information about registered student organizations, including how to start a new student organization, visit https://www.southalabama.edu/departments/studentactivities/.
The University and the community offer to students an opportunity to participate in a variety of cultural and recreational programs. Among them are concerts by symphonic and chamber organizations, choral groups and choirs, ballet and opera productions, theatre, art exhibits, film series, and lecture and discussion conferences. In many of these programs, students are urged to participate as performers. Special events are scheduled on the campus, and reduced rates for students are arranged for many civic programs.