During the week of finals, students can enjoy free food and study break opportunities across campus.
Up All Night with SGA
Student Government Association will host Up All Night Sunday, May 1 through Thursday, May 5 at midnight on the second floor of the Ralph B. Draughon Library.
Students can enjoy Krispy Kreme doughnuts and a cup of orange juice to fuel their finals craving. Aubie and other special guests will be in attendance throughout the week.
Late Night Pizza sponsored by SGA
Tiger Dining will hand out limited free pizzas to students on campus Monday, May 1 through Wednesday, May 3. The pizzas are provided by the Student Government Association. Follow Tiger Dining on Instagram for locations and times to receive a pizza.
Melton Student Center study rooms
The Melton Student Center has set aside three rooms for students to use on a first come, first serve basis Saturday, April 30 through Friday, May 6. The available rooms are 2216, 2225 and 2227 Melton Student Center.
Get Movin’ with Moose and Nessie
Join Student Counseling and Psychological Services, or SCPS, for Get Movin’ with Moose and Nessie on Thursday, May 5 at 4 p.m. Enjoy a two-three mile walk with SCPS therapy dogs, Moose and Nessie, around campus.
The group will meet on the concourse outside the Melton Student Center Starbucks.
Campus Rec free group fitness workouts
All students can enjoy free group fitness classes Monday, May 2 through Wednesday, May 4 at Campus Recreation. To secure a spot in class, register via the Auburn Rec app or online.
Recharge, relax and refresh at the Zen Den
The Zen is available to one person at a time and consists of two rooms. Across both rooms, there is a full-body massage chair, a sleep pod, mats for stretching, meditation and yoga, and computer access for yoga videos, and biofeedback equipment.
“It’s important to take time for self and reduce stress consistently, and it is vital during times of high stress, such as during final exams,” Jan Miller, licensed psychologist and eating concerns treatment team coordinator for Student Counseling & Psychological Services, said. “It’s not uncommon for people to put self-care on the backburner during high stress, but this is when we need self-care the most.”
For more information on the Zen Den, click here.