Help Support the Auburn Experience

Tuition and student fees do not provide funding for all the programs offered by Auburn Student Affairs. We rely on private support to develop, innovate and grow programs that foster a well-rounded campus experience and prepare students for future success.

Student Affairs Development facilitates philanthropic support for our programs. To learn more about how you can support the student experience at Auburn University, please contact Development Officer Peyton Alsobrook by email or by calling 334-663-5799.

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Student Affairs Development Board

Joining the Student Affairs Development Board is also an opportunity to promote and invest in Auburn students. The board assists in identifying people who are interested in promoting and investing in our mission of engaging students, encouraging leadership, and preparing students for future success. The board consists of alumni, parents and friends with the dedication, capacity and influence to assist Student Affairs in implementing programs that foster the best student experience in the nation.

Members will be asked to make an annual financial contribution to Auburn University Student Affairs that is meaningful and significant, and they will have the opportunity to work with the Senior Vice President for Student Affairs and the development staff to identify others to help support Student Affairs’ programs and initiatives. Members are encouraged to attend and participate in Student Affairs events as appropriate and actively advocate on behalf of Student Affairs.

The Student Affairs Development Board will meet two times a year, once during the fall semester and once during the spring semester. To review and provide feedback on Student Affairs programs and initiatives relevant to its case for support, the board has two working subcommittee groups:

  • Student Engagement

  • Student Services

If you have questions or want additional information about the board, please contact Student Affairs Development Officer Peyton Alsobrook.