The Office of Academic Support contributes to retention and degree completion for Auburn University undergraduate students by providing a variety of academic skill development programs that promote self-directed learning strategies and student services.
Auburn University Medical Clinic (AUMC) has physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and a full nursing staff to serve students. The AUMC has a full lab, x-ray facilities, and a massage therapist. Pharmacy Services through the School of Pharmacy are available on-site. The Clinic handles all types of medical services, including women’s healthcare.
The Auburn University Psychological Services Center (AUPSC) is a training clinic provided by the Department of Psychology at Auburn University. Graduate students in doctoral training for clinical psychology provide individual and group therapy. Services are provided under the supervision of licensed clinical psychologists. Cost of therapy typically ranges from $25 to $55 per fifty-minute session. AUPSC does not bill insurance. All therapy clients are charged $75 for their initial intake appointment, which typically lasts two hours.
The primary focus of the Cross-Cultural Center for Excellence (CCCE) is to ease the social transition of underrepresented students to Auburn University. The CCCE provides programming and activities for student engagement, facilitating cross-cultural learning experiences where all students can engage in dialogue, develop leadership skills, and build collaborative relationships that will help them be effective in an increasingly global society. Though the focus of the CCCE is to support and celebrate specific affinity groups, including African American/Black, Asian American, American Indian/Indigenous, Hispanic/Latinx, International, LGBTQ+, and faith communities, all are welcome to participate in CCCE events, programs, and services.
HBAC is a specialty service provided by Auburn University Psychological Services Center (AUPSC) in the Department of Psychology. Graduate doctoral students training in clinical psychology conduct substance use assessments and provide personalized feedback on how substance use may be impacting health and overall quality of life. Services are provided under the supervision of licensed clinical psychologists, who are faculty members in the Department of Psychology. Fees depend on the nature of the referral and the length of services provided. A typical assessment sequences consisting of 1-2 sessions carries an $120 charge.
Glanton House is the Auburn University Marriage and Family Therapy Masters programs on-campus training clinic. The training clinic provides services to East Alabama residents. Glanton House is staffed by graduate students who are working toward Master’s degrees and are supervised by licensed supervisors. A sliding scale fee based on family size and income is charged.
The primary purpose of the Office of Inclusion and Diversity is to accomplish the mission set forth in Auburn University’s Strategic Diversity Plan (SDP): Establish diversity as a core value at Auburn University.
Auburn University recognizes and values the considerable educational benefits emanating from diversity as we prepare our students for life and leadership in a multicultural world. Students who interact with and learn about people from a variety of backgrounds are more apt to understand, appreciate, and excel in the community they inhabit. In this context, diversity is aligned with Auburn University’s land-grant mission of providing its students with a superior education in service to the needs of Alabama, the nation, and the world.
The OA provides reasonable accommodations and services for qualified students with documented disabilities who are attending Auburn University, enrolled in distance learning classes, or participating in programs sponsored by Auburn University. Student Counseling Services works closely with OA when student disabilities are related to mental health issues.
Safe Harbor is a resource offered through Health Promotion and Wellness Services and provides comprehensive services to students who have been victims of sexual violence. Student Counseling Services works closely with Safe Harbor and provides the treatment services for survivors of sexual violence. Safe Harbor is committed to reducing men’s violence against women by increasing awareness http://www.auburn.edu/student_info/student_affairs/safe_harbor/about dating/domestic violence, stranger rape, acquaintance rape, sexual harassment, and other forms of sexual violence.
The Student Policy eHandbook is Auburn University’s student planner and online handbook. It contains information pertaining to student organizations, activities, academic rules, and other information aimed at helping students adjust to college life.
Tiger Education Screening Intervention (TESI) is an individual educational intervention program designed to help students reduce their substance use related risk. Students meet individually with a trained TESI facilitator over the course of 2-3 sessions. In a non-judgmental and supportive environment, students explore how their substance use may be impacting other areas of their life, receive personalized feedback on their use, and explore ways to reduce their risk. All sessions are confidential and the cost for TESI is $125 for mandated students. This fee is waived for students who self-refer into the program.
- Virtual Pamphlet Collection (University of Chicago)
- ULifeline online support
- Mental Health Screening Program (Depression, Anxiety, Eating Disorders, etc.)
- I had a Black Dog, His Name was Depression (World Health Organization video)
- #StopTheStigma (North Carolina State Suicide Prevention video)
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