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) or visit our website at http://accessibility.auburn.edu/.
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 or visit the Career Center website at www.auburn.edu/career.
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.