Division of Student Affairs
The mission of Student Affairs is to cultivate a healthy and supportive campus environment that engages students, advances learning, encourages leadership and prepares students for future success. Student Affairs is comprised of the following departments, programs and services that support students both inside and outside the classroom.
Office of Student Conduct
The Office of Student Conduct is responsible for addressing non-academic violations of university policy through the Code of Student Conduct. The office 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 and completed by the Office of Student Conduct.
Telephone: (334) 844-1305
The Auburn Cares office works with students to aid them in the successful navigation of challenging, personal life issues, critical incidents, hardships and emergencies that may impede a student's success and retention at Auburn University. In addition, the staff serves as an advocate, liaison or resource to students and families during times of student distress, need or emergency.
Telephone: (334) 844-1305
Office of Greek Life
The Office of Greek Life provides guidance and support to 54 nationally-affiliated fraternities and sororities. The office guides the overall programming for the Greek community, provides opportunities for interpersonal development, teaches leadership skills and provides educational sessions about risk management issues.
Auburn University's Greek system is comprised of three councils: Interfraternity, Panhellenic and National PanHellenic.
The Interfraternity Council governs, serves, represents, and promotes the following fraternities at Auburn University: Alpha Epsilon Pi, Alpha Gamma Rho, Alpha Sigma Phi, Alpha Psi, Alpha Tau Omega, Beta Theta Pi, Beta Upsilon Chi, Delta Chi, Delta Tau Delta, Delta Sigma Phi, FarmHouse, Kappa Alpha Order, Kappa Sigma, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Kappa Tau, Pi Kappa Alpha, Pi Kappa Phi, Sigma Nu, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sigma Pi, Sigma Tau Gamma, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Theta Chi, and Theta Xi.
The Panhellenic Council coordinates activities of its member sororities: Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Xi Delta, Chi Omega, Delta Delta Delta, Delta Gamma, Delta Zeta, Gamma Phi Beta, Kappa Alpha Theta, Kappa Delta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Phi Mu, Pi Beta Phi, Sigma Kappa, Sigma Sigma Sigma and Zeta Tau Alpha.
The National Pan-Hellenic Council coordinates the activities of its member groups: Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
The Multicultural Greek Council coordinates the activities of its member groups: Kappa Delta Chi sorority and Omega Psi Phi fraternity
Telephone: (334) 844-4600
Office of Student Involvement
Getting involved with a campus organization is a great way for you to meet others with similar interests and it also serves as a learning tool to build your co-curricular transcript and skills that future employers seek. All student organizations are designed to maximize and enhance the Auburn experience building on the academic knowledge you will learn in the classroom. The Office of Student Involvement is home to more than 500 student organizations on campus which are divided among the four branches of the office: Service Programs, Student Governance, Student Programming and Student Organizations.
The Service Programs branch provides opportunities for you to serve the local community and other areas through service projects. In this area you will find programs like AU Dance Marathon, Alternative Student Breaks, The Big Event and many more. Jump in with service programs to engage with the community in an area that you are passionate about.
The Student Governance branch is home to the Student Government Association or SGA. SGA is also constantly working with administrators on campus to ensure that the students’ needs are being met while also providing fun programming activities for all students to attend like Hey Day and Homecoming. SGA implemented a feedback system called Auburn Answers that students can submit their concerns through regarding anything on campus; a student serving in SGA will relay that concern to an administrator and work to resolve the problem.
The Student Programming branch houses University Program Council, known around campus as UPC. UPC is a student-led programming board that works to bring a variety of events to campus for students to enjoy. Some of the most popular events are Tiger Nights, Open Mic Night, and our spring concert “Auburn Airwaves.” All UPC events are free to students and provide different opportunities to experience something unique.
The Student Organizations branch is home to more than 500 student-run organizations on campus. These organizations range from honors and academic groups to special interests to cultural groups. If there is an organization that we don’t offer, then you can start that group on campus. You can find a full listing of organizations and build a profile to assist in finding organizations and events that fit their interests by logging on to www.auburn.edu/auinvolve. The Involvement Ambassadors are available to serve as a resource for any student or student organization seeking assistance in finding opportunities for involvement. The Involvement Ambassadors provide one-on-one consultations with students as well as conduct workshops for larger groups. Students may drop in to meet with an Involvement Ambassador Monday – Friday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. in Student Center suite 3130.
Telephone: (334) 844-4788
Welcome Week occurs during the first week of fall classes and provides students with the opportunity to attend more than 125 free events, meet new friends and learn more about many different campus departments.
Telephone: (334) 844-4788
Black Student Union
The mission of the Black Student Union is to represent the interests and concerns of all black students at Auburn University, bring together all aspects of black student life for the purpose of improving the campus environment, provide support for the students and the community, promote interaction and good relationships among black students and other Auburn students by encouraging pluralism on the part of the faculty, administration and the student body at large.
Telephone: (334) 844-4788
International Student Organization
The International Student Organization is a student organization created to improve multinational understanding and promote relationships between people of different cultures. The International Student Organization also helps ease the process of adaptation for international students. The organization actively promotes diversity and beneficial interaction between international and domestic students.
Telephone: (334) 844-4788
Auburn Student Media Group
The Auburn Student Media Group includes all five student media organizations listed below as well as an advertising and marketing team that supports all the groups. The offices are located in Student Center suites 1111 and 1105.
Telephone: (334) 844-4057
The Auburn Circle is Auburn University’s fine art magazine. It serves as a forum for the artists, writers, photographers and designers of the University. Issues are published once every fall and spring and are free to all students.
Eagle Eye TV is Auburn's student-run television station, located in the Auburn University Student Center. The students produce seven weekly shows, that range from news to sports to entertainment to comedy. You can watch Eagle Eye on channel 6.1 on Auburn's campus or on www.eagleeyetv.com.
The Glomerata, circulated annually, is Auburn University’s annually-circulated yearbook. The Glomerata is one of the largest circulated student-produced publications in the country and serves to document the academic year in which it is produced. The yearbook includes photographs and stories about student life, athletics, faculty and administration achievements, the community and organizations’ activities.
The Auburn Plainsman and ThePlainsman.com are the student-run campus newspaper and online news source at Auburn University. First published in 1894, the weekly newspaper has long been an important source of news and information for the entire campus community. With the creation of the website in 1997, ThePlainsman.com is now read by students, alumni, parents and sports fans throughout the country and around the world. In addition to serving readers, The Auburn Plainsman provides opportunities for students from all majors to gain practical experience and develop professional skills.
WEGL 91.1 FM is Auburn University’s student-run, non-commercial radio station that provides a wide range of music and information for the Auburn community. WEGL also streams its broadcasts online.
The Auburn University Student Center is the Auburn Family’s home away from home. Some of the services available in the 184,000-square-foot center include the James E. Foy Information Desk, Tiger Card Center, a police substation, Tiger Transit, a Verizon kiosk, a full-service postal kiosk, ATMs, food venues, a game lounge, television and study lounges, electronic charging stations and email kiosks. The Student Center also offers a variety of meeting rooms, a ballroom, and event and outdoor spaces that serve students, departments and the general public.
Telephone: (334) 844-1300
Office of Parent and Family Programs
The Office of Parent and Family Programs is the campus link for all Auburn University parents. The office facilitates communication between the University and parents, provides opportunities for parents to be actively involved in the life of the University, sponsors programs for parents to attend and provides services to meet the critical needs of Auburn parents.
Telephone: (334) 844-1493
The Veterans Resource Center
The Auburn Veterans Resource Center (AVRC) serves the community of veteran students who are current active-duty or reserve military personnel and attend Auburn University. AVRC’s mission is to promote the general welfare of veterans attending Auburn University, while contributing to the betterment of the Auburn community. Aside from providing critical support for student veterans facing transitional and educational challenges, we welcome community involvement to serve those who have served our country. If you are part of the AU student veteran population and wish to study, connect with other student veterans and/or get assistance with your veteran benefits, please visit the Veterans Resource Center at 217 Foy Hall, Auburn, AL, 36849.
Telephone: (334) 844-8167
Additional information regarding Student Affairs may be obtained through the website at www.auburn.edu/studentaffairs.