Culverhouse Majors Awareness Program (CMAP)

Culverhouse Majors Awareness Program (CMAP) is a residential program of the College of Commerce whose objective is to showcase each of the business disciplines – accounting, finance, economics, marketing, management, management science, and information systems – in an interactive format designed for in-depth exploration. Students also participate in skill, career, and relationship development opportunities throughout the week.

Outstanding underrepresented minority students, first-generation students, and/or students who have overcome social or economic hardship are strongly encouraged to apply. 

This is your chance to see what it's like to live and learn on campus before you graduate high school!

Our hope is that students leave the program with a greater understanding of the dynamic world of business and how a business career can help them on their path to success.



June 17 - 22, 2018

(Sunday – Friday)


The University of Alabama Tuscalosa, AL








  ~ 11th - 12th Grade in Fall 2018

 Students from one or more of the following backgrounds:

  • Underserved students, coming from low socioeconomic backgrounds
  • First-generation college students (a student whose parent(s) have not received a bachelor's degree)
  • Students from underrepresented population in business (African American, Hispanic/Latino or Native American)

 GPA Requirement: 3.0*

*Applications will be considered for candidates with a GPA below the minimum



  • Includes all meals, activities, overnight accommodations
  • Travel to/from Tuscaloosa, AL, bed linens, and pillows not included.