Auburn University Medical Clinic 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. Auburn University Psychological Services Center (AUPSC) 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. Health Behavior Assessment Center (HBAC) HBAC provides the Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students (BASICS) curriculum, which includes an alcohol use evaluation along with detailed personal drinking feedback and advice to provide lifestyle feedback and encourage positive life change. Two meetings are required and information is confidential. Sessions are free to AU students who self-refer or are referred by a health professional (including Student Counseling Service clinicians). Students who are referred as a result of a legal or disciplinary action will be charged $40. Housed in the AU Psychological Services Center, HBAC does not bill insurance companies. Marriage and Family Therapy Center (Glanton House) 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. Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs The Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs strives to create an environment where students receive kindness and consideration out of respect and receive equal attention based on effort, knowledge, ability, talent and hard work. The office also includes the Multicultural Center that is home to the Peer Mentoring Program (PMP). The PMP empowers underrepresented students to become leaders in the community. The program’s focus is to help students reach their full potential and graduate from Auburn University with a world of knowledge and the ability to embrace diversity. Office of International Education (OIE) The OIE welcomes students and scholars from around the world. Through the support of OIE, international students and scholars and their academic units of choice on the Auburn University campus receive the needed immigration support documentation required for entry into the US and the assistance needed to maintain the appropriate status under the US department of Homeland Security rules and regulations. Programs for Students with Disabilities (PSD) The PSD 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 PSD when student disabilities are related to mental health issues. Safe Harbor Safe Harbor is a part of Student Counseling Services and provides comprehensive services to students who have been victims of sexual violence. Safe Harbor is committed to reducing men’s violence against women by increasing awareness about dating/domestic violence, stranger rape, acquaintance rape, sexual harassment, and other forms of sexual violence. Tiger Cub The Tiger Cub 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. Virtual Pamphlet Collection (University of Chicago) ULifeline online support Mental Health Screening Program (Depression, Anxiety, Eating Disorders, etc.) Link Disclaimer

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