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 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.
Recreational Services provides supervision for the recreational areas on the AU campus. Facilities include a weight room, a fitness room,
seven courts, multi-purpose rooms, ten racquetball courts, 17 tennis courts and intramural fields. Students and faculty are encouraged to
use the indoor facilities when they are not scheduled for practices, classes or games. Details may be found at
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