MONTHLY UPDATE

SEPTEMBER 2018


 

The Student Affairs mission is to cultivate a healthy and supportive campus environment that engages students, advances learning, encourages leadership and prepares students for future success.

 

ACADEMIC SUPPORT
Academic Coaching maintained an appointment fill rate of 85% in September 2018. Specifically, Academic Coaches met with 118 students for a total of 167 visits. 

 

ACCESSIBILITY
jAUnt Door-to-Door Golf Cart Service scheduled 3,674 rides in the month of September, a 28% increase from the month of September in 2017.

 

AUBURN CARES 
The Campus Food Pantry had 65 visits in September 2018, a 76% increase from 37 visits in September 2017.

 

AUBURN STUDENT MEDIA
The Auburn Circle had 257 submissions for the fall 2018 issue, up from 223 for their fall 2017 issue. This is a 15% increase. 

 

CAMPUS DINING 
Tapingo, the app that allows customers to order ahead and skip the line to pick up their meals, recently launched. 11,749 meals were ordered through the app during the month of September.

 

CAMPUS RECREATION 
Campus Recreation collaborated with Residence Life for the first time to schedule locations for the third annual Fall MOVE group fitness event. This collaboration effort helped Campus Rec see a 65% increase in participation per session compared to last year’s event sessions. 

 

CAREER CENTER 
The Career Center hosted the first Employer Connections Breakfast: Exploring Careers Through a Lens of Inclusion and Diversity with the Office of Inclusion and Diversity. More than 100 students attended the event and 10 employers sponsored it.

 

COOPERATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM 
The Cooperative Education Program had 222 new students sign up to be in the program this fall.

 

DEVELOPMENT
Development received a $25,000 gift to the Aubie Program to support upcoming special projects.

 

FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE
97%
 of students surveyed after attending August’s SOS (Successfully Orienting Students) session reported that SOS helped them understand Auburn’s academic expectations. 96.22% identified that they learned resources to be successful through SOS.

 

GREEK LIFE
As of fall 2018, 31% of the undergraduate population is in the Greek community, with 2,779 men in fraternities and 5,015 women in sororities.

 

HEALTH PROMOTION AND WELLNESS SERVICES
In the month of September 2018 registered dietitians met with 63 clients and completed 107 appointments vs meeting with 34 clients and 62 appointments in September 2017, a 47% increase in clients and 73% increase in appointments completed. 

 

HOUSING
1,884 students living on campus completed their move-in survey. 88% of them said their move-in experience met or exceeded their expectations. 

 

MEDICAL CLINIC 
The Medical Clinic administered 250 flu shots at the Sept. 26 – 27 flu shot clinics.

 

PARENT AND FAMILY PROGRAMS
The Office of Parent and Family Programs had 3,004 registered guests attend Fall Family Weekend 2018, a 16% increase from attendance in 2017. 

 

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
100% of Property Management Maintenance Staff completed training for AiM Go, an electronic work management application used for processing work requests, significantly reducing paper usage.

 

STUDENT CENTER OPERATIONS
There was an 8% increase in reservations from September 2017 to September 2018.

 

STUDENT CONDUCT
The total number of students referred for policy issues inside Jordan-Hare stadium in 2018 is down 6% from 2017 and is down 16% from the seven year average. 

 

STUDENT COUNSELING & PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES
844 clients were seen at SCPS during the month of September 2018, a 21% increase from the 700 clients seen during September 2017.

 

UNIVERSITY ADVISING
6,326 advising appointments took place in  September.

 

VETERANS RESOURCE CENTER
The Veterans Resource Center had 625 visits in September 2018, a 5% increase from 596 visits in September 2017.

Last modified: October 17, 2018