I Believe in Auburn and Love It: Creed Week 2019
The Auburn Creed, written by George Petrie in 1943, is a document that instills values of hard work, patriotism and kindness into the Auburn Family.
Creed Week is a program created by the Student Government Association (SGA) to highlight the history and spirit of the Auburn Creed. This year, Creed Week will be celebrated April 8-12, in conjunction with the Be The Creed campaign.
Each day of the week focuses on a different line of the creed, with activities on each day corresponding to these lines. Creed Week will include several fun festivities, such as Weagle Wednesday on the Campus Green, free Cokes on Thach Concourse and a tailgate on Cater Lawn.
Be The Creed is an annual and ongoing campaign inspired by the Auburn Creed and hosted by Student Conduct to encourage the practice of positive decision-making by students at Auburn.
Allison Moran, coordinator of Student Conduct, shares why she thinks Creed Week is important.
“We enjoy the partnership with Creed Week because it gives us the opportunity to recognize students who demonstrate responsibility, integrity and respect to our campus and beyond,” she says.
For more information about Creed Week, contact the SGA at 334-844-4240.
Last modified: 04/08/2019