• April 21st, 2021

A Michigan native, Quincy Hall comes to the UA Honors College from Housing and Residential Communities where he served as an area coordinator and chair of the Residential Curriculum Committee. “I like working at The University of Alabama because of the spirit that drives this campus – a Roll Tide goes a very long way, and it gives you all of the warm and connected feels. I love being a small part of what brings that spirit and spark to our campus community, bringing folks together to learn from one another and to take those tools into the next chapters of their lives,” said Hall.

Hall’s favorite UA tradition is homecoming. “I love seeing the entire campus come together and celebrate not only a good game, but the impact that this beloved Capstone campus has had on countless faculty, staff and students that have come and gone,” said Hall.

Outside of his roles at the Capstone, Hall is also in frequent demand as a collaborative pianist throughout the area, currently playing for school choirs throughout the area and as Organist at St. Matthias Episcopal Church. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Sociology and a Master of Education in Counseling degrees from the University of Montevallo. Hall is a member of the American Counseling Association, the Alabama Counseling Association and its affiliate organizations, the American College Personnel Association, the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi; as well a proud alumni brother of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. He enjoys freelance composing, being involved in his home parish of Canterbury Episcopal Chapel of Tuscaloosa and playing outdoors with his miniature schnauzer, Francis, and pit bull, Iris.

“In this new role, I am most looking forward to collaborating with our faculty, staff and students in the Honors College as we continue to enhance the student experience. People are my passion, and I am much looking forward to engaging with our students in a meaningful way in and out of the classroom,” said Hall.