Recent News

Watch open forums on how vaccine mandate impacts student employees

In compliance with a federal vaccine mandate, student employees are required to be fully vaccinated by Dec. 8, 2021. Students who perform hourly work, receive a stipend for non-hourly services or are supported through a graduate assistantship are considered a university employee, making the federal requirement applicable to them. Student Affairs hosted two virtual open … Continue reading Watch open forums on how vaccine mandate impacts student employees

Eagle Eye studio named in honor of former student and CNN reporter Chloe Melas Mazza

From Eagle Eye TV to CNN, Chloe Melas Mazza ’08 returned to the Plains on Friday, Oct. 8 for the naming of the Chloe Melas Mazza Eagle Eye Studio. Raised in Dallas, Mazza knew no one when she walked onto Auburn’s campus. Although she met friends through her sorority, Mazza still felt something was missing. … Continue reading Eagle Eye studio named in honor of former student and CNN reporter Chloe Melas Mazza

Student Affairs honors legacy of Gloria Finley

Gloria Finley, affectionately known as “Ms. G” by students and colleagues, began working for Auburn University in 1985 as an administrative associate. For most of those years, she dedicated her career to the department of Student Affairs as a business coordinator, specifically within Student Involvement. Finley brought knowledge and stability to student organization business operations, … Continue reading Student Affairs honors legacy of Gloria Finley

Watch the Sept. 22 Town Hall on Sexual Assault Reporting and Prevention

This is custom heading element On Sept. 22, representatives from campus and the community gathered to address student concerns and share information about reporting and preventing sexual assault. Watch a recording of the Town Hall here. Recent Posts In Memoriam: Federico FosterPi Chis contribute to the successful week of Panhellenic recruitment

Campus Recreation outdoor facilities upgrades increase space for fall intramural and club sports

Auburn students have experienced the first major upgrades to Campus Recreation’s outdoor facilities in over 40 years. In spring 2020, the SportsPlex was completed and just in time for the fall 2021 semester, 11 tennis courts and eight pickleball courts were installed. Since the 1980s, the intramural fields, located next to the Jane B. Moore … Continue reading Campus Recreation outdoor facilities upgrades increase space for fall intramural and club sports

In Memoriam: Federico Foster

Auburn University will remember student Federico Foster, beginning Friday, Sept. 17.  A memorial flag will fly in front of Samford Hall on Sept. 17. The flag will then be displayed, along with a memorial certificate, in the Melton Student Center beginning Tuesday, Sept. 21. Recent Posts Pi Chis contribute to the successful week of Panhellenic … Continue reading In Memoriam: Federico Foster

Safe Zone empowers and equips faculty, staff and students to provide a safe environment for LGBTQ+ community

Through Safe Zone, Auburn University empowers all students, including LGBTQ+ individuals, the opportunity to succeed academically and socially. To better support an inclusive campus, Auburn University faculty, staff and students are encouraged to participate in Safe Zone, an interactive professional development training designed to address issues related to working with LGBTQ+ students. Safe Zone also … Continue reading Safe Zone empowers and equips faculty, staff and students to provide a safe environment for LGBTQ+ community

Pi Chis contribute to the successful week of Panhellenic recruitment

The Panhellenic recruitment process may change and adjust each year, but Pi Chis, counselors for potential new members going through Panhellenic recruitment, never waver. If you are near Sorority Village on campus during recruitment, you will likely hear the cheers and screams of Pi Chis as they encourage and usher potential new members into chapter … Continue reading Pi Chis contribute to the successful week of Panhellenic recruitment

In Memoriam: Jase Alderman

Auburn University will remember student Jase Alderman, beginning Wednesday, Sept. 1.  A memorial flag will fly in front of Samford Hall on Sept. 1. The flag will then be displayed, along with a memorial certificate, in the Melton Student Center beginning Friday, Sept. 3. Recent Posts FERPA Annual NoticeIn Memoriam: Kylie Murray

Students kick off fall 2021 at Convocation

Convocation is the annual kick-off to the academic year for Auburn first-year and transfer students. In a break from tradition, all students were invited to attend this year’s celebration inside Jordan-Hare Stadium, where the experienced a gameday-like atmosphere the night before classes began. Since first and second-year students were unable to participate in a traditional … Continue reading Students kick off fall 2021 at Convocation

Connect With Us

Last modified: 09/03/2020