Auburn University Auxiliary Enterprises are University operated or contractor managed entities receiving no subsidy from the University's general fund. No portion of student tuition dollars or State appropriations goes to support auxiliary operations. All expenditures including total personnel costs, utility charges, renovation and replacement cost, and debt servicing are paid from revenues earned through providing affordable lodging, dining, document reproduction, academic materials, general merchandise, and related goods and services to our students, faculty, campus staff and guests.
Housing and Residence Life
Director of Housing and Residence Life,
oversees on-campus Housing offers accommodations for single undergraduate students. The University does not have housing for graduate students or families.Typically demand exceeds the available spaces and assignments are made on the basis of the date Housing applications are received.
Tiger Dining operates several varied food and dining venues across campus under the management of Chartwells. To learn more about the exciting dining options on campus visit www.dineoncampus.com/auburn.
With several locations on campus, the CopyCat and CopyCat ColorWorks, managed by
and staffed primarily with student personnel, is one of the most operationally successful on-campus digital duplication units on any college or university campus in the Southeast.
TigerCard ID Office
The TigerCard is Auburn University's campus identification card for students as well as faculty and staff. It is the means by which students and employees access the library, enter the swim center, and provide visual identification to campus security personnel for access to athletic events, just to name a few. The TigerCard may also be used in the place of money to obtain food, medical assistance, academic materials, and other miscellaneous services at various locations across campus and at many local off-campus merchants in conjunction with our Tiger Club Accounts Office. This account is available through application and is billed through the students'
Student Financial Services account.
The AU Bookstore in Haley Center is the primary academic resource for Auburn University students and faculty. Led by Bookstore Director Katie Lee, the AU Bookstore provides Auburn students with used and new textbooks, custom published Auburn faculty course materials, reference works, general reading books, computer software and hardware, school supplies.
The AU Bookstore is recognized for its success in providing Auburn students access to one of the most extensive inventories of used college textbooks in the county, typically saving a student up to 25% on his or her annual textbook costs and for a strong textbooks buyback program. In addition, the Bookstore features a full services general bookstore, a wide selection of Collegiate Licensed apparel and novelties, as well as a variety of gift items and services.