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Auburn Cares

When students and families experience challenging and complex situations, Auburn Cares steps in to help. Whether their difficulties are academic or personal, students receive holistic support that connects them with resources to foster a sense of self-advocacy and help them achieve their educational and co-curricular goals.

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Auburn University Medical Clinic

Through a partnership with East Alabama Health, the Auburn University Medical Clinic provides high-quality, efficient and convenient health care on campus to Auburn students, faculty, staff and community members..

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Campus Recreation

Campus Recreation provides fitness, wellness, sports and recreation opportunities for Auburn students, faculty and staff. With a diverse array of programming that includes club and intramural sports, group fitness, personal training and Olympic/powerlifting, Campus Recreation has something for every interest and fitness level.

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Health Promotion & Wellness Services

To further support student learning and academic success, Health Promotion and Wellness Services offers engaging programming and prevention services that are evidence-based and theory-driven. The office serves as health and wellness advocates for the entire campus community and helps cultivate healthy lifestyle choices.

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Student Counseling & Psychological Services

Fully accredited by the International Accreditation of Counseling Services, Student Counseling and Psychological Services, or SCPS, is the primary mental health counseling center for Auburn students. The staff provides comprehensive preventative and clinical mental health services that strengthen student well-being in a safe, supportive and affirming environment. SCPS also offers animal-assisted therapy, which incorporates trained animals into the therapeutic process.

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