Support & Resources

For Students

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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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Melton Student Center

The family room of campus, the Harold D. Melton Student Center provides students a home away from home and offers more than 184,000 square feet to eat, study and gather. Student Affairs offers a diverse array of additional venues, including the 1,200-seat Student Activities Center, the Campus Green and the University Chapel.

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Placement for Graduate Assistants

The Placement for Graduate Assistants, or PGA, is Auburn’s annual interview day that provides prospective graduate students the opportunity to interview for graduate assistantships and learn more about our campus and resources.

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Property Management

Property Management cares for and maintains Tiger Dining and University Housing facilities and grounds. In addition to proactive services and inspections, knowledgeable and certified department staff quickly respond to a variety of requests and concerns.

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Auburn University's 24/7 Survivor Advocacy Program

Safe Harbor

Safe Harbor advocates are trained professional staff members who provide confidential and free support to Auburn students and employees who have been impacted by interpersonal violence, including people who have been impacted personally or through the experience of someone they know.

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Student Conduct

Serving as advocates for personal responsibility and accountability, Student Conduct addresses non-academic violations of university policy through the university’s Code of Student Conduct. The office provides a fair, impartial and educational student conduct process for students and student organizations that promotes honesty, integrity and respect among the campus community.

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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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For Parents & Families

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Parent & Family Programs

A curated informational hub for families of Auburn students, Parent and Family Programs empowers parents and family members to support their students and help them succeed. The Family Portal allows families to engage with their students’ Auburn experience through a newsletter customized with information relevant to their needs.

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