Active Minds at Auburn is a student-run organization that seeks to inform, educate, and promote mental health awareness to the Auburn students and Auburn community through fundraising and outreach efforts.
Black Women in Mental Health
Black Women in Mental Health (BWMH) is a student organization that aims to promote mental health awareness through cultural exploration, and civic endeavors within the Auburn community.
SCPS Student Advisory Board
The Student Advisory Board is a group of students who serve in the consultative role to Student Counseling and Psychological Services (SCPS). This board allows SCPS to obtain valuable, first-hand feedback about current policies, procedures and services.
Spectrum serves as a safe place for students who are part of gender, sexual, and romantic minorities (GSRMs), those who are still discovering themselves, and their allies to gather and discuss topics that relate to them, as well as establish an environment free from discrimination based on sexual orientation as well as gender identity and expression.
Student Government Association (SGA)
Auburn’s SGA has plenty of opportunities to get involved with mental wellness initiatives and programs both through senate, cabinet and the executive board.
Health Peer Educators
The Be Well Hut is a peer education program designed to better the well being of Auburn’s students by educating them about different aspects of health and wellness.
On campus, Be Well Hut health ambassadors pass out fliers, engage students in conversation and play interactive games. The Be Well Hut campaign strives to encourage students to keep a positive attitude and live a healthy lifestyle. The hut can be found on the concourse between the Student Center and Haley Center, Tuesday-Thursday 9:30 AM-2:00 PM.
The Dream Team is a groups of undergraduate, health peer educators who focus on assessing and promoting healthy sleep environments. The Dream Team also helps promote healthy sleep habits on Auburn’s campus through campus wide events and initiatives.
The Dream Team meets weekly and discusses topics around sleep and college students. If you are interested learning more, click below!
Peer Wellness Coaches
Peer Wellness Coaches serve as mentors to other students and provide individualized health coaching. Topics Peer Wellness Coaches are trained on include stress management, self-care, sleep, financial wellness, social wellness, conflict management, and more!
Be Well Hut: Typical Fall Schedule
First 56 (Back to School)
Sun Care Week
Technology Health (Auburn Family Table)
Green Dot/ Safe Harbor (Sexual Assault Awareness Month)
Mental Health (A Sound Mind Launch)
Alcohol and Drug (National Prescription Drug Take-back Day)
Suicide Prevention (Send Silence Packing)
Game Day (Iron Bowl)
Study Habits (Finals Week)
Last modified: 07/20/2021