MONTHLY UPDATE

JANUARY 2019

 

ACADEMIC SUPPORT
Academic Support increased its followers on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter by 89%154%, and 37%, respectively, since summer 2018.

 

ACCESSIBILITY
78% of SKILL participants experienced academic success in fall 2018, as defined by their individualized GPA goals.

 

AUBURN CARES 
Auburn Cares received 86 referrals in January 2019, a 28% increase from 67 referrals in January 2018.

 

CAMPUS DINING 
Basketball concessions set a record during the UA vs. AU game, with sales of $35,099, the highest recorded sales number at an Auburn basketball game.

 

CAMPUS RECREATION 
The Recreation and Wellness Center averaged 4,500 visits per day in January 2019, a 5% increase from 4,300 visits per day in January 2018.

 

CAREER SERVICES & COOPERATIVE EDUCATION
The Campus Career Closet had 125 visits in January 2019, an 862% increase from 13 student visits in January 2018. The Cooperative Education Program conducted 12 registration sessions and 12 follow-up sessions in January for the spring 2019 semester, a 9% increase from fall 2018. 

 

ENROLLMENT OPERATIONS
Prospective Student Communications made 579,224 contacts with high school juniors and seniors in the fall 2018 semester.

 

FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE
First Year Seminars enrolled 36% of the first-year class during the 2018-2019 academic year, a 3% increase from the 2017-2018 academic year.

 

GREEK LIFE
Auburn Panhellenic Association donated 6,185 food items to the Campus Food Pantry through its “You CAN Do It!” food drive initiative.

 

HEALTH PROMOTION & WELLNESS SERVICES
The HPWS registered dietician met with 33 clients and completed 51 appointments in January 2019, compared to 27 clients and 37 appointments in January 2018.

 

MEDIA & MARKETING
Eagle Eye’s website saw 21,713 page views in January 2019, a 65% increase from 13,188 views in January 2018. This is the 4th most page views in a month in the history of Eagle Eye’s website.

 

MEDICAL CLINIC
The Medical Clinic saw an average score on the patient satisfaction survey of 4.9 out of 5, which is consistent with scores from January 2017 and January 2018.

 

PARENT & FAMILY PROGRAMS
Students in the fall 2017 cohort who had a parent in the Auburn University Parents’ Association were 2% more likely to be retained to their sophomore year than those who did not.

 

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
Completed project renovation for Terrell Dining and the opening of Steak ‘n Shake in the Student Center. 

 

STUDENT CENTER 
The Student Center had 159,905 visitors in January 2019, a 12% increase from 142,680 visitors in January 2018.

 

STUDENT CONDUCT
99% of students who participated in a meeting with a conduct officer in the 2018-2019 academic year agreed that they felt respected by their conduct officer, compared to 97% of students who participated in a meeting with a conduct officer in the 2017-2018 academic year.

 

STUDENT COUNSELING & PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES
779 unique students were seen at SCPS during the month of January 2019, a 23% increase from 634 unique students in January 2018.

 

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT
Emerge, in partnership with the University Program Council, co-hosted the Speaker Series presented by Delta Air Lines featuring Tim Tebow. The event had approximately 2,200 individuals in attendance.

 

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS
In fall 2018, 3,874 prospective students took an official campus tour. Of those visitors, 35% were in-state & 65% were out-of-state.

 

UNIVERSITY HOUSING
Auburn University Housing received 4,650 housing applications from Oct. 1, 2018, through Feb. 8, 2019, a 38% increase over the 3,368 applications received in the same time frame in 2017-2018. 

 

UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS
$35.4 million in scholarships were awarded fall 2018, a 5% increase from the $33.7 million awarded in fall 2017.

 

VETERANS RESOURCE CENTER
The Veterans Resource Center had 614 visitors in January 2019, a 6% increase from 577 visitors in January 2018.

 

Last modified: 02/19/2019