Office of Accessibility
Auburn University is committed to providing its students with an accessible campus and equitable learning environment. If you have a disability that requires reasonable academic accommodations, assistive technology, or support services, contact the Office of Accessibility for additional information, 1228 Haley Center; 334-844-2096 (Voice/TT).
The Auburn University Career Center provides services and resources to help students choose an appropriate major that aligns with their academic abilities, interests, and skills; develop a personal career plan; learn job search skills and find employment. Career counselors/advisors work with students through the career development process by utilizing interest/personality inventories and career resources to help students learn how to maximize their career options through the development of a tailored career plan. Job search assistance is available to help students learn the skills necessary to plan and implement a successful job search. The Career Center also provides employment information through on-line job postings for full-time, part-time and internship positions; on-campus interviews with potential employers; on-line resume referrals; and career events. For assistance, call (334) 844.4744.
Veterans Resource Center
The Auburn University Veterans Resource Center assists veterans, guardsmen, reservists, active duty, and their military dependents receiving VA educational benefits in making a successful transition into the AU community. The center provides timely and comprehensive support with a range of services for current and former military service members, including eligible military dependents, by collaborating with University Faculty and Staff, state VA representatives, the local veteran community, and civilian-advocate organizations.