Student Affairs News & Announcements

News & Announcements Archive

Student Memorial Ceremony planned for April 28

Auburn University Student Affairs will honor the memory of Noah Canady and Will Romanowski, students who passed away during the academic year, at the upcoming Student Memorial Ceremony. The ceremony is scheduled for Sunday, April 28, at 5 p.m, in the Melton Student Center Ballroom. Those unable to attend in person can access a livestream of the event on Eagle Eye Television’s YouTube channel. For more information or questions, please contact Katherine Hettinger, Director of Auburn Cares, at 334-844-1423 or via email at

Sincerely, SGA: A look back on a year’s accomplishments

Our 2023-2024 SGA term has come to an end. Projects were completed, initiatives came to fulfillment and relationships have deepened. We can confidently say that we worked hard to leave Auburn better than we found it. We have been honored to spend the past year intentionally serving our campus and we are eager for what is to come within the next term.

Auburn Recreation and Wellness featured on Campus Rec magazine cover

The feature examines how combining Health Promotion and Wellness Services with Campus Recreation resulted in a new, more strategic and efficient approach to total student well-being.  

University Housing’s Tryman wins prestigious housing award

Executive Director of University Housing Nyerere Tryman was recently honored with the Southeastern Association of Housing Officers’ Founders Award. The honor is given annually to a housing professional who exemplifies service and commitment to advancing housing and residence life.

Title IX, Auburn Cares guide explains how to support, refer individuals impacted by sexual misconduct

As an Auburn University employee, a student or colleague may disclose to you that they were impacted by sexual misconduct. This could include sexual harassment, sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking. All employees are required to report an incidence of sexual misconduct to the Title IX office, except for those explicitly serving in a confidential role.

Beloved Auburn University Therapy Dog Moose Passes Away

Moose, beloved Auburn University therapy dog, passed away recently after a hard-fought battle with osteosarcoma. Moose lived more than four years after receiving his diagnosis, far exceeding the typical life expectancy of 3 to 6 months with treatment. He was a stoic soldier, and the College of Veterinary Medicine’s (CVM) most beloved patient. During his treatment and follow-up appointments, Moose made sure to greet as many CVM staff members and clients and their pets as he could.

Aubie Wins 11th National Championship

For the 11th time, Aubie the Tiger has won the national championship for collegiate mascots, beating 10 other Division IA schools at the 2024 Universal Cheerleading Association National Championships. Aubie’s performance, titled "Aubie’s Great Escape Room," captivated the audience and judges as he skillfully navigated through an array of challenges, employing audio cues and props to enhance the experience.

Call for Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award Nominations

Each year, Auburn University recognizes the efforts of three outstanding individuals who represent our institution through their unsurpassed humanitarian leadership and contributions to the community. Faculty, students, staff, alumni and friends of the University are encouraged to nominate individuals they believe are deserving of this prestigious honor. Eligible recipients for the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award include one male and one female student from the 2024 graduating class as well as one nonstudent member of the campus community.

Summer, Fall ’24 Student Center Reservations Now Open

The Melton Student Center Reservations Office is accepting reservations for the 2024 summer and fall semesters. Spaces may be booked using Mazevo, an online scheduling platform. To reserve a space, visit and log in using your Auburn credentials. Reservations may still be made by calling the office at 334-844-1320 or emailing