Auburn Cares

Student Affairs

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Meet Our Team

 

Katherine Hettinger

Position Title: Manager, Auburn Cares
Email: keh0018@auburn.edu
Phone: (334)-844-1305

Please contact for questions or comments regarding Auburn Cares services.

Katherine is an Illinois native. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Illinois and her Master’s Degree in Community Counseling from Kent State University. Katherine is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Alabama. Her clinical experience includes work with juvenile sex offenders and at-risk youth and families. Prior to her tenure in Student Affairs, she spent three years working in the Psychology Department at Auburn University. She joined Student Affairs in the fall of 2011, where she manages the 24/7 on-call Critical Incident Response Team and works with students and families in crisis.

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Carrie Rose

Position Title: Coordinator, Auburn Cares
Email: cbr0047@auburn.edu
Phone: (334)-844-1305

Please contact for questions or comments regarding the medical withdrawal process. 

Carrie is originally from Waco, Texas. She received her Bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Baylor University and Master’s degree in College Student Personnel from the University of Tennessee. Carrie’s previous work experience includes coordinating Title IX prevention and education programming at Austin Community College and overseeing Living Learning Communities in University Housing at the University of Houston. In her role with Auburn Cares, Carrie coordinates the medical withdrawal process, supporting students and their families through this transition.

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Sarah Grace Walters

Position Title: Coordinator, Auburn Cares
Email: sgw0002@auburn.edu
Phone: (334)-844-1305

Please contact for questions or comments regarding outreach efforts and the Campus Food Pantry.

Sarah Grace grew up in Florida. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Human Development and Family Studies from Auburn University and her Master’s and Education Specialist degrees in Mental Health Counseling from Florida State University. Sarah Grace is currently working towards a doctoral degree in Administration of Higher Education. Her clinical experience includes working with children who experienced abuse and adults and adolescents with eating disorders. Prior to joining the Auburn Cares team in 2017, Sarah Grace worked as a Case Manager for 2 years at Florida State University. She now serves the students of Auburn by advocating for students in crisis and connecting them with appropriate resources. Sarah Grace conducts the outreach for the Auburn Cares office, as well as manages the daily operations of the Campus Food Pantry.

“I always feel comfortable connecting students to Auburn Cares. The staff members are compassionate, knowledgeable and assist students in many ways.”

– Auburn Faculty Member, 2020

Last modified: April 24, 2020