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. 

Auburn Cares

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. Staff serve as an advocate, liaison or resource to students and families during times of student distress, need or emergency. In addition, the Auburn Cares office operates the Campus Food pantry to assist students struggling with food insecurity. 


Telephone: (334) 844-1305

Location: Student Center, Suite 1115

Greek Life

Greek Life provides guidance and support to 52 nationally-affiliated fraternities and sororities that comprise our four governing councils, the Auburn Interfraternity Council (IFC), Multicultural Greek Council (MGC), the Auburn National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), and the Auburn Panhellenic Council (APC). More than 7,800 Auburn students call one of our fraternities or sororities home. In addition to offering support to student leaders and community stakeholders, Greek Life serves as Auburn University’s liaison to Inter/National Headquarters, as well as, local and national alumni(ae) for each organization. Also, Greek Life assists organizations in management of the 24 on and off campus fraternity houses located throughout and around campus, the 18 sorority chapter rooms located in campus housing facilities, and the NPHC chapter room located on campus. Auburn fraternities and sororities offer students a wide variety of experiences including service projects, philanthropic efforts, leadership development, and social engagement. Membership in the Greek community provides students with connections to alumni/ae from across the nation and in every professional industry and area. All fraternities and sororities were founded on core values and beliefs that are centered on improving the lives of its members, while the members improve the campus and community. 


Telephone: (334) 844-4600

Location: Student Center, Suite 1330

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 550 student organizations on campus which are divided among the five branches of the office: Emerge at Auburn (Leadership Programs), Service Programs, Student Governance, Student Programming and Student Organizations.

Emerge at Auburn is a dynamic leadership program aimed at helping Auburn students develop the skills to lead on campus, in the community, and in their future career field. Our multi-tiered program structure is designed for students to engage in a comprehensive learning lab at their own pace and on their own time. Students will move through three phases of leadership curriculum, supplemented by various programs and initiatives.

The Service Programs branch provides opportunities for students to serve the local community and other areas through service projects including AU Dance Marathon, Alternative Student Breaks, IMPACT, 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 (SGA). The mission of the Student Government Association is to “serve and promote the individual student, while unifying all that is Auburn.” SGA works 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 (UPC) and Welcome Week. UPC is a programming board that works to bring a variety of events to campus for students to enjoy. Some of the most popular events are Open Mic Night, Movie in Jordan-Hare Stadium, Cooking Workshop, Speakers & Comedians and concert series “Auburn Airwaves.” Most UPC events are free to students and provide different opportunities to experience something unique on-campus. Welcome Week is Auburn University’s official welcome to new and returning students each fall. Events are held throughout the first week of fall classes and provides students with the opportunity to attend more than 75 free events, meet new friends and learn more about different campus organizations and departments.

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 Student Involvement.  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.

The Black Student Union represents the interests and concerns of all black students at Auburn University, brings together all aspects of black student life for the purpose of improving the campus environment, provides support for the students and the community, promotes 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.

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

Location: Student Center, Suite 3130

Student Media Group

The Student Media Group includes the five student media organizations listed below. 

Eagle Eye TV is Auburn's student-run television station, located in the Auburn University Student Center. The students produce seven weekly shows, covering the relevant news and sports information to the campus and community. Eagle Eye has a digital first philosophy, so every story they cover is posted to their website, prior to airing on a newscast. Or you can watch Eagle Eye on channel 6 on Auburn's campus.

The Glomerata, distributed annually, is Auburn University’s yearbook. The Glom is student-produced and documents 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 are the student-run campus newspaper and online news source at Auburn University. First published in 1894, the newspaper is one of the country’s most-lauded student newspapers and is a member of the Associated Collegiate Press Pacemaker Hall of Fame. is read by hundreds of thousands students, alumni, parents and sports fans around the world each month. 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 Circle is Auburn University’s literary and 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. The magazine recently was named the second-best literary magazine in the country by the College Media Association’s Pinnacle Awards.

Telephone: (334) 844-4057


Student Center

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, a City of Auburn police substation, Tiger Transit, Amazon locker, ATMs, food venues, a game lounge, television and study lounges, and email kiosks. The Student Center also offers a variety of meeting rooms, a ballroom, event spaces, and outdoor spaces that serve students, departments and the general public.


Telephone: (334) 844-1300

Location: Student Center, Suite 3231

Parent & Family Programs

Parent & Family Programs is the campus link for all Auburn University parents and families. The office facilitates communication between the University and families, provides opportunities for families to be actively involved in the life of the University, sponsors programs for families to attend and provides services to meet the critical needs of Auburn parents and families.


Telephone: (334) 844-1493

Location: Student Center, Suite 3231

Student Conduct

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 Student Conduct. 


Telephone: (334) 844-1305

Location: Student Center, Suite 1115