Campus Services

Campus Services

From the moment you enroll, Auburn is ready to help you succeed. After orientation, and as you learn your way around, campus services can make the transition to college smoother. From your health and well-being to your academic and career success, Auburn has a range of departments and staff to meet your needs and enrich your college experience.

  • Campus Safety
  • Dining
  • Health Services
  • Housing
  • Programs & Organizations
  • Student Services
  • Transportation

Campus Safety


Phone Campus Safety 334-844-8888 Campus Safety Website Website

The City of Auburn Department of Public Safety provides comprehensive law enforcement protection for students, faculty, staff and visitors, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Emergency phones that contact police and provide the caller's location are located throughout campus. There is also a security escort shuttle daily for students, faculty, and staff who must walk between parking areas, residence halls, or places of study between the hours of 6 p.m. and 2 a.m.

You may also view the location of security stations around campus on the online campus map.

Dining


Phone Campus Dining 334-844-8504 Campus Dining Website Website

Students Living On Campus:

$995 in Declining Balance
Per Semester (Fall and Spring)*

Students Living Off Campus:

$300 in Declining Balance
Per Semester (Fall and Spring)*

*The appropriate plan will appear on your student bill.

How it Works

Declining Balance Dollars are accessed using your TigerCard and can be used at any on-campus dining location as well as the concession stands at Jordan-Hare Stadium during football games. It works like a debit card, and your balance appears on your receipt after each purchase. Unused Declining Balance Dollars roll over from Fall to Spring and Spring to Summer. However, all will expire at the end of Summer term.

Additional Dining Options

Additional Declining Balance funds can be added online or in the TigerCard office. The funds in excess of the dining plan amounts roll from semester to semester and can be refunded should the student not enroll for subsequent semesters.

Benefits of Adding Declining Balance Dollars

  •   Earn up to 9% Bonus Dollars
  •   Specials and discounts throughout the year at selected locations
  •   Drawings and giveaways for free prizes
  •   Invitations to special events and restaurant nights
  •   Birthday specials
  •   Invitations to cooking demonstrations throughout the year

Dining Locations

Tiger Dining has several locations across campus giving students a variety of choices to suit all appetites.
Where's the Food?-Campus Dining Menus and Map

The Student Center
  • Au Bon Pain
  • Cheesesteak Factory
  • Chef's Table
  • Chick-N-Grill
  • Chick-fil-A
  • Outtakes C-Store
  • Papa John's
  • Starbucks
Ralph B. Draughon Library
  • Caribou Cofee
The Quad Area
  • Einstein Bros. Bagels
  • Lupton Deli
The Hill Area
  • All Star Player's Grill
  • Evolutions
  • Habaneros
  • Leila's Pizza
  • Salad Bar
  • Sub Generation
  • Terrell C-Store
  • Tiger Treats
Dudley Hall
  • The Drawing Board Cafe
Tiger View Dining at the Village
  • AU-Some Salads
  • Cub Stop C-Store
  • Caribou Coffee
  • Denny's All Nighter
  • Plainsmen Pizza and Pasta
  • Rye of the Tiger
  • Tiger Zone
Foy Hall
  • All In At The Smokehouse
  • Au Bon Pain Soup Station
  • Gyro Pit
  • The Pan
  • Panda Express
  • Salsarita's Fresh Cantina
  • Southern Grill
  • Take 5
  • Wild Greens

Health Services


Phone Health Services 334-844-4416 University Medical Clinic Website Website

Auburn University Medical Clinic Auburn University Medical Clinic is committed to providing a full range of primary care services for the Auburn University community including diagnostic, follow-up assessment and preventive care services, including immunizations and women's health care. The clinic operates on an appointment basis. Walk-ins will be evaluated and given appointments or seen immediately based on the urgency of the problem or condition. The facility includes laboratory, X-ray, pharmacy, therapy/rehabilitation center and a vision/optical center. The clinical staff consists of fully licensed and Board certified physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, technicians and other support staff. Services are provided on a fee-for-service basis with on-site billing provided to expedite insurance reimbursement. Major credit cards and Tiger Club are accepted and payment plans are available. The clinic is open to all Auburn students, spouses and dependents, faculty, staff, guests and university visitors.

Hours of Operation

Monday 8am-6pm
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Thursday 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m.-12 p.m.

(Hours are subject to change)

Student Insurance

The Student Government Association (SGA) sponsors an Accident and Sickness Insurance Plan, available to registered undergraduate and graduate students, spouses and dependents. The plan provides good coverage at reasonable premium rates. Coverage is provided for services at the Auburn University Medical Clinic, including physician visits, laboratory and X-ray services. An insurance plan or its equivalent is required for all international students and recommended for all students. For information or issues regarding claims, call 334-749-5858.

Housing


Phone University Housing 334-844-4580 University Housing Website Website

Where to Live

The Village Finding the right place to live is important. At Auburn, you're not required to live on campus as a freshman, but there is certainly a benefit to being in the middle of everything. You'll meet fellow students and form bonds that last a lifetime.

On Campus Housing

Housing and Residence Life offers 30 residence halls and apartment buildings in five locations with laundry facilities, Internet access, and Residence Life staff members to assist students.

Off Campus Housing

For information about additional housing options in Auburn, please visit the link below.

offcampushousing.auburn.edu

Programs & Organizations


Athletics

Auburn University is a member of the Southeastern Conference and currently fields 21 NCAA Division 1-A athletic teams. Our costumed mascot is a tiger named Aubie, and our symbol is a bald eagle named Tiger. The University's colors are burnt orange and navy blue. Visit the Auburn University's Athletic Sports website.

Greek Life Organizations

The mission of the Office of Greek Life is to improve the quality of student life at Auburn University and to support fraternal ideals by assisting the fraternity and sorority councils, chapters, officers and members in developing a community that challenges its members to live and lead according to their own organization's creeds and principles. Visit the Auburn University Greek Life Organization's website.

Student Goverment Association (SGA)

"Serving and promoting the individual student; unifiying all that is Auburn."

The Student Goverment Association desires to provide an effective organization for the administration of student activities:

  • to promote official channels through which student opinions may be expressed
  • to promote academic freedom and academic responsibility
  • to improve student physical, social and cultural welfare
  • to promote students' rights and responsibilities
  • to foster awareness of the student's position in campus, local, state, national and international communities; and
  • to promote full cooperation between student, faculty and administration; and recognizing that a student organization
  • embodying these principles is necessary in the building of a great University, do ordain and establish this constitution in
  • exercise of authority delegated to us by the Board of Trustees and the President of Auburn University.

Visit the Auburn University Student Government Association's website

University Program Council (UPC)

The University Program Council (UPC) is Auburn's largest student activity project. UPC provides entertainment for the entire campus in the form of major concerts, lectures, free blockbuster and outdoor movies, comedians, plays and inflatable games. UPC produces over 100 special events each year including Tigermaina, Splash into Spring and Tiger Nights, the most successful late-night programming event in the nation. All events are programmed by twelve student committees, which are led by student directors and assistants.

Visit the Auburn University Program Council's website

Student Services


Educational Support Services

Educational Support Services has three major areas - Academic Support, Auburn University Career Center, and First Year Experience. For a full list of services and programs for students, visit the web site at Educational Support Services.

Learning Communities are cohorts of 25 freshmen who are pre-registered in a Freshman Year Seminar and several core courses together, easing both the registration process and academic adjustment to college. We offer several types of LCs in order for everyone to find their place at Auburn.For more information, please visit the Learning Communities website.

Career Center Logo

Career Services

Career counselors are available for individual assistance related to your specific career needs. Topics of assistance include self-assessment and career exploration, planning and implementing job search strategies, writing resumes and cover letters and preparing for interviews and plant visits. Mock interviews - videotaped practice interviews - offered on an individual basis, are a valuable opportunity for self-assessment. Please visit the Career Center for more information.

Health & Wellness Programs

An individual fitness program can be tailored to your specific needs to improve your overall fitness. Personal health assessments to determine blood pressure, body composition, cholesterol, cardiovascular fitness, flexibility, muscular strength and endurance are available. Details may be found at Campus Rec.

AU Medical Services

Auburn University Medical Clinic is a full-service primary care clinic serving AU students, faculty, staff and the community. In addition to having physicians, nurse practitioners and a full nursing staff, we also have a full lab, x-ray facilities and an optical clinic. Pharmacy Services through the School of Pharmacy are available on site. Details may be found at AU Medical Clinic.

Campus Recreation

Campus Recreation offers Structured Intramural and Club Sports, Informal Recreation, Fitness and Nutrition programs and services to encourage the Auburn University community to develop lifelong patterns of healthy living.

Recreation and Wellness Center

The new Auburn University Recreation and Wellness Center provides approximately 240,000 square feet of recreational space for Auburn students, faculty and staff to use in their pursuit of a healthier lifestyle. With highlights such as a 1/3 mile indoor track, two 50-foot rock-climbing towers, a PGA Golf Simulator and more, the facility is a highlight on the Auburn University Campus.

U1000: The Auburn Experience and U1050: Academic Success Strategies

Popular one-hour courses offered to help first-year students transition to college life. The Auburn Experience offers insight into how the university works and what support services are available. Academic Success Strategies introduces the study skills and time management that will enable you to reach your academic goals. Details about these Freshman Year Exerience courses may be found at Student Success.

Transportation


Tiger Transit

Tiger Transit

Tiger Transit WebsiteTiger Transit

Destination: On and Off-Campus
Auburn University students with a valid student ID card have unlimited access to Tiger Transit routes. Tiger Transit offers nineteen lines for the fall and spring semesters. Most internal lines have multiple buses running approximately 10-15 minutes apart. Most external lines have multiple buses running approximately 18-45 minutes apart. Regular daytime lines run (Monday - Friday) 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. To track your bus, visit the Tiger Transit web site and click the "Find Your Bus" link.

Night Transit

Destination: Off-Campus
The Off-Campus Night Transit line has multiple buses traveling to all external Tiger Transit destinations for students with a valid student ID card. This line departs the Student Center (Monday - Friday) every 30 minutes from 6:15 p.m. -10:00 p.m. during the fall and spring semesters and 5:00p.m. - 9:00 p.m. during the summer semester. The Night Transit off-campus routes are one-way and will not board passengers for return trips to campus or for other Tiger Transit destinations.

AU Night Security Shuttle Service

Phone Night Shuttle334-844-7400

Destination: On-Campus only
The Night Security Shuttle Van Service operated by the Department of Public Safety offers a safe ride from any on-campus location to any on-campus location 6 p.m. - 7 a.m. seven days a week while classes are in session, except during home football game evenings and official Auburn University holidays.

Toomer's Ten

Toomers Ten WebsiteToomer's Ten

Destination: On and Off-Campus
In partnership with the Student Government Association, the Toomer's Ten departs from Magnolia Avenue (in front of Moe’s Southwestern) beginning at 10 p.m. and concluding at 2:30 a.m. Wednesday - Saturday. Approximate bus stop times are based on 30-minute intervals. Visit the website to view information on routes and to find your bus on our online GPS locator.

GOTCHA Ride

Phone GOTCHA Ride334-855-446-8242

Destination: On and Off-Campus
"Free rides, but tips are preferred!" This is a free student-run taxi service providing students with safe, eco-friendly rides around town. The vehicles’ maximum speed is 35 miles per hour but can travel virtually anywhere within a one-mile radius of campus. Gotcha Ride uses NEV Neighborhood Electric Vehicles called Gotcha Rides that are 100 percent electric and 100 percent emission-free.

Jaunt

Phone Office of Accessibility334-844-2096

Destination: On-Campus only
A service available to students, faculty, and staff needing door-to-door campus transportation due to temporary or permanent mobility impairment, or other health conditions; it consists of two carts, one which is wheelchair accessible available during daytime hours. Contact the Office of Accessibility to utilize this service.

WeCar (Enterprise)

WeCar WebsiteWeCar

Destination: On and Off-Campus
WeCar is a membership-based car-sharing program for students who are looking for an alternative method of transportation that lowers the cost and reduces the hassles of traditional transportation.

Parking

Parking Services WebsiteParking Services

Destination: On-Campus
All students are allowed to have cars at Auburn and are required to park in special "C" zone parking areas. You will need to register your car, motorcycle or bicycle with Parking Services and obtain a hang tag or parking permit.

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