About the SCS Student Advisory BoardThe Student Advisory Board is a group of students who serve in a consultative role to Student Counseling Services (SCS). The Student Advisory Board allows SCS to obtain valuable, first-hand feedback about current policies, procedures, and services. The board also provides ideas about ways in which SCS can better assist the Auburn University community.
- Be a currently enrolled Auburn University undergraduate or graduate student.
- Complete and application and agree to participate in an in-person interview with the coordinator of the Student Advisory Board.
- Commit to attending monthly meetings that may take place after SCS business hours (times and dates to be determined) for the term of one academic year.
- Approach the role with an open mind and willingness to think creatively to provide SCS with feedback about services. You do not have to be familiar with SCS services to participate, but it is important to be open and interested in learning more.
Members become familiar with the operations of a service-oriented department within a large university community.
- Members gain the opportunity to network with other students who are interested in student services.
- Members obtain valuable skills and experience that will help boost their résumés and possibly assist in searching for a job in the future.
Members strengthen their interpersonal skills and their ability to relate with others in a professional setting.
Recruitment for Student Advisory Board members begins early each fall semester.
For information about the Student Advisory Board
Contact Dr. Joeleen Cooper-Bhatia.