If you log on to your MyBama account you'll notice the site has been completely transformed. The new version of MyBama went live on May 21, and features, mostly, cosmetic changes. Andrew Richardson, who is the marketing and communications manager for the University's Office of Information Technology, said the changes made to MyBama may go mostly unnoticed by students. "If you compare the old MyBama to the new MyBama,functionally they are pretty much the same, right, like there's all the same tabs...but it's actually an entire different system under the hood." Richardson explained that MyBama is essentially a proprietary system that the University has from a third party.
Student Opinion of Instruction surveys will be available for students April 13 through April 23.
My time at Alabama has been littered with technological frustration. I have retaken countless quizzes because wireless Internet in Bruno Library inexplicably stops working.
Students interested in purchasing football tickets for next year can opt in to purchase on myBama between 8:30 a.m.