UA Box is a free, unlimited cloud storage service provided for free to students, faculty, and staff of The University of Alabama via Box.com. UA Box is accessible on desktop and mobile devices, and it is encrypted both in transit and storage.
UA Box is also useful for sharing and collaboration – folders and documents may be shared among users for distributed editing and viewing. UA Box has robust permissions settings, allowing collaborators to be viewers or editors, and it keeps revisions of documents so that your work is never lost.Login to UA Box
Visit the Faculty Resource Center’s website to see Box tutorials, resources, and upcoming workshops.
UA Box accounts are automatically created for all students, faculty and staff. Users may login to UA Box by visiting box.ua.edu. You will be redirected to a myBama login page for authentication, then back to Box. You may also login from the Tech tab of myBama. If you have trouble accessing Box, please contact the IT Service Desk.
You may login using the button below or by visiting the Tech tab of myBama.Login to UA+Box
Box is available on a number of platforms including iOS, Android, and many more. Users will be able to login to those apps using any email address attached to their account. Simply search for Box in your app store.
UA Box can synchronize files to your desktop or laptop computers so those files are available even when you are not connected to the Internet. To do this, you can download the Box Sync add-on app available by clicking the cloud icon at the top of your UA Box page.
Box Sync is compatible with Mac OS X Lion (10.7) and above, and Windows XP and up.
Current students, faculty and staff are all eligible to use UA Box at no cost.
The service is not available to alumni or former employees. When a user is no longer an active student, faculty, or staff, they will be given the opportunity to transition their UA Box account to a personal Box account.
UA Box is a part of a partnership between UA, Internet2 and Box.com. It is funded through central administration of UA.