Student Counseling and Psychological Services
Student Counseling and Psychological Services is a department in Student Affairs. It is the primary counseling center for Auburn University’s undergraduate and graduate student community. Student Counseling and Psychological Services is conveniently located on campus on the 2nd floor of the Auburn University Medical Clinic. Their office provides clinical services to students and outreach to the campus community Monday – Friday 8am-5pm.
For more information about their services, please visit the Student Counseling and Psychological Services website.
Auburn University Medical Clinic
The Auburn University Medical Clinic (AUMC) provides medical services on a fee-for-service basis, meaning students pay for medical services only when they use them. East Alabama Medical Center (EAMC), located only 15 minutes away from the campus, has partnered with AUMC to provide professional medical services and management. The AU Medical Clinic is conveniently located on campus at 400 Lem Morrison Drive. Their office is open Monday-Friday 8am-5pm.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please visit the Auburn University Medical Clinic website.
Office of Accessibility
The Office of Accessibility is committed to ensuring equal access to a quality education for qualified students with disabilities through reasonable academic accommodations which support University standards and academic integrity.
The Office of Accessibility provides classroom accommodations to all students on campus who disclose a disability, request accommodations, and who meet eligibility criteria. They also work with Parking Services to verify medical documentation for the campus golf cart shuttle, jAUnt.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please visit the Office of Accessibility website.
The Office of Student Financial Services provides assistance to students and parents as they pursue funding for education. For more information, please visit the Student Financial Aid website.
Academic Support Services
Academic Support Services provide programs and services that aid students in their academic success. Programs offered through their office are: Academic Coaching, Study Partners, Plainsmen’s Prep: A Bridge to Calculus, Supplemental Instruction, and Study Smart.
For more information, please visit the Academic Support Services website.
Housing and Residence Life
University Housing and Residence Life operate the 32 on-campus residence halls located in Cambridge, the Hill, the Quad, South Donahue, and the Village.
For more information, please visit the University Housing and Residence Life website.
Safe Harbor is committed to advocating and assisting students who have experienced sexual violence, stalking, harassment, and other sexual misconduct situations. Safe Harbor provides: information and advice about medical services, advice about legal services, information and assistance in scheduling a counseling appointment, referral for judicial sanctions, Auburn University academic accommodations, and crime reporting. The process is completely survivor-centered, meaning that only the survivor decides what resources they need to begin their recovery.
For additional information, please visit the Safe Harbor website.
The Office of Student Conduct is responsible for addressing non-academic violations of University policy through the Code of Student Discipline and the Student Organization Code of Conduct. The OSC provides a fair, impartial and educational student conduct process for students and student organizations, as well as involved parties, charged and associated with violations. Additionally, dean’s certifications requests are processed through the Office of Student Conduct.
For more information, or to report an incident or concern, please visit the Office of Student Conduct website.
The Office of Registrar handles student registration, in addition to maintaining consistent records on student’s addresses and contact information, as well as mailing transcripts to other colleges and businesses.
For more information, or to access resources, please visit the Office of Registrar website.
Baby Steps empowers pregnant and parenting Auburn University students facing an unplanned pregnancy to have both their education and their baby. Baby Steps offers a full range of support from housing, childcare, community, counseling and much more. Whether newly pregnant or already parenting, Baby Steps can help students succeed in parenting and academics.
For more information, please call/text 334-521-2184 or visit the Baby Steps website.