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Community Garden brings fresh produce to the community

The inaugural Community Supported Agriculture, or CSA, program has allowed community members this summer the opportunity to access fresh grown produce weekly from the Community Garden at Auburn University. According to Marley Halter, manager of the Community Garden at Auburn University, this first season has included 10 participants with plans to expand the program with … Continue reading Community Garden brings fresh produce to the community

Student Counseling & Psychological Services internship program becomes APA accredited

American Psychological Association, or APA, accredited internship programs are considered the highest level of oversight an internship can achieve, and Auburn’s Student Counseling & Psychological Services has attained this level of recognition. As of now, Auburn University’s Student Counseling & Psychological Services internship program is the only accredited university counseling center in Alabama. This accreditation … Continue reading Student Counseling & Psychological Services internship program becomes APA accredited

Cox co-authors “College Ready 2021”

Lady Cox, associate vice president for Student Affairs, has co-authored "College Ready 2021: Expert Advice for Parents to Simplify the College Transition." Cox joined 13 other family relations professionals from major universities across the United States who also contributed to the book. Each chapter addresses top-of-mind concerns and is written by a university official who … Continue reading Cox co-authors “College Ready 2021”

Mov’in through the summer

While campus life slows down during the summer months, Student Counseling & Psychological Services keeps campus active through the Camp War Eagle Parent Run and Get Mov’in with Moose and Nessie. This year marks the 24th year Dr. Doug Hankes, director of Student Counseling & Psychological Services, faculty, and staff lead parents in a three-mile … Continue reading Mov’in through the summer

2021 Greek Sing raises over $92,000 for Lee County’s Habitat for Humanity

Greek Life’s Panhellenic Council hosted its annual Greek Sing event that raises funds for Lee County’s Habitat for Humanity, and this year $92,285.60 was raised. Greek Sing is a choreographed dance competition that brings together all 18 Panhellenic sororities and takes place each spring at Auburn Arena. Prior to the annual event, Panhellenic sororities fundraise … Continue reading 2021 Greek Sing raises over $92,000 for Lee County’s Habitat for Humanity

Student Affairs employees recognized for years of service to Auburn University

Student Affairs recognized 23 employees for their years of service to Auburn University on Thursday, May 20, in the Melton Student Center Ballroom. There were 12 employees with five years of service, 7 employees with 10 years of service, two employees with 15 years of service, one employee with 20 years of service and one … Continue reading Student Affairs employees recognized for years of service to Auburn University

Auburn’s Property Management gives back to the community for over 30 years

Over 30 years ago, Property Management Director David Maddox saw the need to provide an outlet for the amount of waste being collected during on-campus move out. Maddox decided to partner with local organizations to create Check-Out for Charity, an initiative that gives Auburn students moving out of on-campus residence halls the opportunity to donate … Continue reading Auburn’s Property Management gives back to the community for over 30 years

In Memoriam: Maddie McClendon

Auburn University will remember student Maddie McClendon, beginning Thursday, May 13. A memorial flag will fly in front of Samford Hall on May 13. The flag will then be displayed, along with a memorial certificate, in the Melton Student Center beginning May 14. Recent Posts Auburn Cares: Daily embodying the Auburn CreedSemester of Service

Special Spotlight: Late Night Food Truck Program

Auburn students had the opportunity to spend their campus dining dollars in a new way this spring through a test-run of the Late Night Food Truck program, which was developed by Auburn’s Student Government Association, or SGA, and Campus Dining. “For continuous weekends, students realized how long many lines were for the few restaurants that … Continue reading Special Spotlight: Late Night Food Truck Program

Auburn Cares: Daily embodying the Auburn Creed

Students often experience hardships, both academically and personally, during their collegiate career. Through the work happening at Auburn Cares, students are provided support, assistance and resources allowing them to successfully navigate these times. Auburn Cares helps students find campus and community resources, supports students with mental health matters and connects them with mental health providers. … Continue reading Auburn Cares: Daily embodying the Auburn Creed

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