Student Health Services
The Medical Clinic provides a full range of primary, preventative, and urgent medical care services for Auburn students, faculty, staff, visitors, and members of the surrounding community. Services are provided on an appointment basis, but walk-ins will be evaluated and given appointments or seen immediately based on the urgency of their condition. Care is provided by our team of fully licensed and Board-Certified/Eligible Physicians (MD, DO), Certified Registered Nurse Practitioners (CRNP) and Certified Physician Assistants (PA-C), and supporting staff. Services are provided on a fee-for-service basis with on-site billing.
Student Health Services:
- Primary and urgent care
- Allergy services
- Chiropractic care
- Immunizations and vaccines
- Laboratory and x-ray
- Massage therapy
- Mental health
- Sports Medicine
- Women's health
Telephone: (334) 844-4416
The Student Government Association sponsors an Accident and Sickness Insurance Plan, which is available to registered undergraduate and graduate students, spouses and dependents. An insurance plan or its equivalent is required for all international students and recommended for all students.
Telephone: (334) 844-4416
Student Counseling & Psychological Services
The mission of Student Counseling & Psychological Services is to provide comprehensive preventative and clinical mental health services to enhance the psychological well-being of individual students, as well as the broader campus culture. Student Counseling & Psychological Services provides brief individual therapy, unlimited group therapy, and psychiatric services to address the emotional, developmental and mental health-related concerns of students. Educational and academic-related programs, skill-building workshops and outreach presentations are offered to the campus community. Services are professional and confidential. All services are provided for no charge except for ADD assessment and psychiatric services. Students needing long-term therapy or 24-hour crisis management are provided appropriate community referrals.
Telephone: (334) 844-5123
Health Promotion & Wellness Services
Health Promotion & Wellness Services (HPWS) provides educational programs, prevention efforts and other healthy initiatives to enhance the well-being of Auburn students and the Auburn University campus community. Using research and assessment as a foundation for developing initiatives, Health Promotion and Wellness Services utilizes peer outreach, workshops, training and consultation to reach individuals, student groups and the campus community. This includes the Be Well Hut, a student ambassador program, which promotes outreach on various relevant health topics for college-aged students.
HPWS offers individual substance use intervention services through the TESI and SUTT program. The office provides medical nutrition therapy, serves on the eating disorder treatment team and provides nutrition outreach. Sexual assault and interpersonal violence have no place on a college campus. HPWS offers support and advocacy for survivors of these types of incidents and hopes to prevent future incidents of violence through We.Auburn, the university’s green dot bystander intervention program.
Telephone: (334) 844-1528
Campus Recreation and the Recreation and Wellness Center
Campus Recreation and the Recreation and Wellness Center offer a variety of programs and services specifically designed to promote a healthy and active lifestyle. The Recreation and Wellness Center encourages students, faculty, and staff to pursue lifelong health and wellness. Programs include Aquatics, Auburn Outdoors, Competitive Sports, Group Fitness, Personal Training, Olympic/Powerlifting, and Small Group training.
Telephone: (334) 844-0023
James E. Martin Aquatics Center
This facility provides two swimming pools for use by Health and Human Performance classes, intercollegiate athletics, intramural and club sports, students, faculty, staff, and community members. Programs and events are planned and staffed to provide a healthy and safe aquatic environment.
Telephone: (334) 844-4182
The Speech and Hearing Clinic of the Department of Communication Disorders, primarily a teaching facility, provides service for students with speech, hearing or language problems. These services may involve both diagnoses and treatment of problems.
Telephone: (334) 844-9600